What does "Diff" mean? I'm new to GitHub, I apologize in advance for my ignorance.
@oo7Robin a "diff" is just the comparison of a file between a single commit, multiple commits, tags, branches, etc. . I'm sure you've seen them before: it are the files where you have the red and green markings on lines of code.
A random "diff" from the Atom repo: https://github.com/atom/atom/pull/18988/files
I agree, thanks to `prettier` showing spaces is almost always not needed in some repos, best way to just persist each user setting per repo
Any updates on this? I would love to have this be the default for all my PRs.
+1 - I don't care about whitespaces in 99.9% of cased and I always have to do those few extra clicks to turn it off in each PR.
Please, these are feature will be useful because makes the diff cleaner and help do code reviews focused on main updates of code.
Another vote for this feature! (I would like to be able to set it as a default on a repo-by-repo basis)