Automatically re-build open pull request when target branch is updated (e.g. another Pull Request is merged)

From @jhassine on Fri Oct 07 2016 09:23:45 GMT-0400 (EDT)

If you have a branch, e.g. master, which is the target of the PRs, then any change on master should trigger a new build for every open PRs.

Use case:

  • you have 5 open Pull Requests
  • you merge a Pull Request
  • the remaining 4 open Pull Requests should be re-tested, for a refreshed Pull Request status (allow/don’t allow merge)

But in general, if e.g. master changes (even if by a code push directly on master) every open Pull Request should be re-tested / re-built (the ones which target master)

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From @viktorbenei on Fri Oct 07 2016 10:04:53 GMT-0400 (EDT)

Thanks for the feature request @jhassine !
I added a bit more detail to the description, to provide a better context for others.

P.S.: don’t forget to vote on it here, on GitHub :wink:

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