Displays git changes if there is a repository found. You can also use the. Excepted from this license are code snippets that are explicitely marked as citations from another source. I can't remember the last time I've used the side-by-side viewer, but not having this feature is starting to wear us all down. See 26 Oct 2017 by. This ignores whitespace at line end, and considers all other sequences of one or more whitespace characters to be equivalent. Bitbucket personnel wouldn't have to read all our comments, either.
It is caused by less -R, a default git pager option. I put the following in a script I can run on bb pages: if window. I want to tread lightly here with any changes to how diffs work, and things like and are features from the existing apps that we should address first. Sign up for a free GitHub account to open an issue and contact its maintainers and the community. Or you can put ' ' in front of them to comment them out. Not only that but the vast majority of people never speak up on anything, or even visit such sites, so although us 400+ are speaking to you there's easily 1,000's who really want this feature.
Disable split-diff:disable Disables a diff. So I have to wait twice as long before I can view a pull request the way I like it. For example, I get emails that show that people are using +1. I don't get why hiding whitespace should restrict partial committing -- staging line 15 will still stage line 15, no matter whether line 10 has been excluded or not. If it bothers you, feel free to upvote it. However, I did find a bug.
I originally migrated to Bitbucket thinking that the might of Atlassian would make it a great product but the truth is it's really not. See some options here: As stated, git diff -b or git diff --ignore-space-change will ignore spaces at line ends. I need to compare against older revisions of these files. When doing a git blame, git will blame the person who added or removed white space in a line e. One warning: by hiding the whitespace in diffs you remove the ability to partially commit files. I just want a way to see what's been changed before pushing and without needing to drop to the command line and doing git diff -b somefile. This is really tricky to set up with vanilla Git - seems to be the best guide, but I've not tried it myself to confirm that it still works - but if someone else wants to dig into that and confirm this setup we can then chat about how possible it would be to plug into Desktop itself.
Removes any panes that were created by this package. Whitespace Ever have someone push a commit that involves a lot of real changes mixed in with a bunch of less-meaningful whitespace? My company has just started buying Atlassian products and although a little painful we're not too far down the road to turn back. See also on Stack Overflow. How can I do that? Google's Ersatz Excel can't insert new single cells shifting the neighbors. The file will have its original line endings in your working directory.
For git apply and git rebase, the documentation mentions --ignore-whitespace. Due to the rapidly evolving world of technology, some concepts may no longer be applicable. I think is correct, this should be pretty trivial to implement. Version GitHub Desktop version: Chocolate-Covered Yaks 3. Yes, the side-by-side diff viewer popup thingy does enable us to better see the whitespace changes than the standard diff output, but adding an Ignore Whitespace toggle would be absolutely wonderful. This might inspire me to update it, etc. Move to Next Diff split-diff:next-diff Highlights the next difference.
So long and thanks for all the fish! This flag makes git diff ignore any changes to whitespace at the end of a line. There are three defaults: blank-at-eol, blank-at-eof and space-before-tab. Moves the cursor so it can be easily copied. It'd be so great, and much more useful, for commenters and watchers, to get some feedback about what your intentions are for this issue. Without a button this diff tool is merely a toy.
Coders without conscience are they even seriously using their product? The other option is to enforce windows style line endings. I may have done something similar in a chrome extension of mine, too. The opposite editor will be highlighted as removed. This works for issues, commit notes, pull requests… you name it. We've got to start talking with our wallets. Doing a normal git diff it will be useless because you will get a lot of diffs from the indentation changes. Maybe I should open an issue so people can vote on the improvement to the parameter.
It appears to leave other settings as-is; for instance, extra spaces at the end of a line still show as errors highlighted in red in the diff. New panes are created if less than two panes exist upon run of the package. Your example looks like you concentrated on whitespace within a line. They make it really easy to merge code between forks. You can also make it the default only for that repo by omitting the --global parameter, and checking in the settings file for that repo. All I'd like is an option to toggle ignoring whitespace, I don't care about doing partial commits with it on. Hot Branch on Branch Pull Request Action Pull Requests are awesome.