Consider the following situation:
- Create a pull request
- Insert comments at some individual lines
- Submit review => One can see all the comments embedded within the files, right after their respective associated lines
- Make and commit a change to the line associated with one of the comments, referencing the pull request in the commit message
Then, going to the “Files changed” tab of the commit, one can see the changes, as well as review comments, but the review comment that was associated with the line that has been modified is not shown.
Having the comment thread shown there would enable resolving the conversation straightway, since the commit would typically address the comment.
Is this an intended behaviour?