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CodeStream 10.4 - File Attachments & GitHub Status Checks

David HershDavid Hersh
January 19, 2021

Enrich your discussions about code by attaching files directly to code blocks! Think about how much more compelling your comments and documentation become when you...

  • Attach a spec to guide the development of a new feature.
  • Attach a log file to help debug an issue in the code.
  • Attach a mockup to help clarify some UI work.
  • Attach a screenshot to highlight a problem.

When creating a code comment or issue, you can attach a file by dragging-and-dropping on the the description field, pasting from you clipboard, or by clicking the new paperclip icon.

Images can even be displayed inline using markdown. Just click the pin icon to the right of the attachment, and CodeStream will insert the markdown for you.

And now your teammate knows exactly what you’re looking for!

You can click on files in the Attachments section to either download or open in the appropriate application.

GitHub Status Check Support

CodeStream allows you to create, manage and review GitHub pull requests right from your IDE, and that now includes support for GitHub status checks. Just like on GitHub, when you’re looking at the status of a pull request at the bottom of the Conversation tab, you’ll see a complete rundown of all of your status checks.

No more uncertainty about why that code isn’t ready to be merged!


Please share your thoughts and feedback @teamcodestream.

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