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We deployed a new version of the CodePlex website yesterday.
In a continuation of the pull request conversations feature that we added in our March release, we’ve added the ability to add notes to files that are submitted as part of a pull request. As a signed in user, you can click on individual file lines within a pull request diff view and enter a note for others to see.
The notes that you and other contributors enter are integrated into the pull request comments view. Clicking on the linked file name will bring up the inline diff view and jump to the line that the note is associated with.
One of our most common requests has been for us to provide the ability to update a pull request with change sets that have been added since the pull request was sent. This is now attainable by way of the ‘Add Change Sets’ link on the pull request page.
The inline diff and source control browser views have been updated with an adjustable vertical splitter that allows you to expand/shrink the file/diff view to your liking.
You can see these enhancements live by viewing the associated pull request onWikiPlex.
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