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Show what exactly was updated after pull/merge #735

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romanfedyshyn opened this issue May 4, 2019 · 2 comments

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commented May 4, 2019

As a user, I want after successful pull/merge request extension automatically open output on the panel and show list of files which are changed.

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commented May 13, 2019

@romanfedyshyn I've added a new Recent incoming changes node to repositories in the Repositories view. Please try it out and let me know what you think? I'm not too sure on the naming right now, fyi. Also in order for it to show up, make sure you have gitlens.insiders set to true

gitlens-9.7.3.vsix.zip

Just remove the .zip extension and install it.

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Adds "Incoming Activity" node to repos view - #735
Replaces "recent incoming changes" node
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commented May 15, 2019

@romanfedyshyn FYI, I just released GitLens 9.7.4 which includes a new experimental Incoming Activity node to each repository in the Repositories view (enabled via "gitlens.insiders": true). It lists the recent incoming activity (merges and pulls) to your local repository, and provides the command, branch (if available), and date of each activity. Each activity expands to list the commits added by the command.

Here it is in action:
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Please let me know what you think - thanks!

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