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  1. Bitbucket Server
  2. BSERV-3516

As a reviewer I want to review the commit messages in a pull request

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      When we do code reviews, one of the major things we're looking for is whether the commit messages are good. Unfortunately, a pull request in Stash doesn't show the commit messages. My best option is to use the Commits tab and open every commit to look at each commit message, one at a time. The end result is: Because this is too cumbersome, we tend to not do it, and a lot of bad commit messages go unnoticed.

      I think the Commits tab, under the list of commits, it should show all of the commit messages.

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              ch.martin Christopher Martin
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