Announcing the public preview of GitHub Advanced Security for Azure DevOps
GitHub Advanced Security for Azure DevOps is now available for public preview, making GitHub’s same application security testing tools natively available on Azure Repos.
It's hard to solve a problem when important details are missing. Now project maintainers can add templates for Issues and Pull Requests to projects, helping contributors share the right details…
It’s hard to solve a problem when important details are missing. Now project maintainers can add templates for Issues and Pull Requests to projects, helping contributors share the right details at the start of a thread. This is the first of many improvements to Issues and Pull Requests that we’re working on based on feedback from the community.
To add an Issue template to a repository create a file called
ISSUE_TEMPLATE in the root directory. A file extension is optional, but Markdown files (.md) are supported. Markdown support makes it easy to add things like headings, links, @-mentions, and task lists to your templates.
Pull Request templates follows the same pattern: add a file called
PULL_REQUEST_TEMPLATE to the root directory of your repository.
If you’re worried about the added clutter in the root directory of your project, we also added support for a
.github/ folder. You can put
PULL_REQUEST_TEMPLATE.md files in
.github/ and everything will work as expected.
Check out the documentation for additional information on the feature.