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  1. Bitbucket Server
  2. BSERV-9980

In a commit I want a direct link to the corresponding pull-request.

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      I look at my file and see wrong lines added by someone else (e.g. <domain>/<path>/FileName.hpp#258). I press the "Blame" button and see the commit that added the wrong lines. I click the commit and see the whole bunch of wrong changes (e.g. <domain>/<path>/ca601e304f2be87e41c2d899a6b1deafaf7f37e3#<path>/FileName.hpp). I see who made that commit, but I want to see if it was a direct commit or through the pull-request/code-review, and if through the pull-request then who were code-reviewing the pull-request, who approved this wrong commit to the main development branch (of git).

      To summarize: for the commits that made their way to the branch through the pull-request I want to have a direct link from the commit to the corresponding pull-request. If the commit was made directly to the branch then I want to see an explicit message instead, e.g. "Direct Commit (no pull-request)".

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              kuzmin.robin Robin Kuzmin
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