You can now quote comments in issues and pull requests by choosing Quote reply from the comment’s options menu. This will paste quoted contents of the comment into the text field for the new comment.
Verifying S/MIME commit and signatures
When you push a new branch to GitHub from the command line, you’ll now notice a URL within the output which you can copy in order to quickly open a new pull request.
Organization invitations now include the information that can be made available to organization admins by accepting the invitation. The information that may be available to organization admins hasn’t changed. To learn more, read our Privacy
This release of GitHub for Unity adds support for .NET 4.5+ when using Unity 2018 versions and provides public access to the GitClient. Learn more.
You can now resolve conversations around code to collapse the thread and finally get that closure you’ve been looking for. Click on the “Resolve conversation” button to collapse a thread. When viewing a resolved conversation
The contents of deleted files in a diff are now suppressed in order to improve readability and performance. You can still load the whole diff if you need to – just click ‘Load diff’ to
On mobile devices you’ll now see a link to the latest release – as well as all other releases – from the main ‘Code’ page of a repository. Learn more about releases.
With the release of resolvable conversations, we’re releasing some new GraphQL mutations and fields to help people automate their workflows and create new integrations. Learn more
The 2.14.4, 2.13.10, 2.12.18, and 2.11.24 releases for GitHub Enterprise are now available for download. View the full release notes: See Enterprise 2.14.4 release notes See Enterprise 2.13.10 release notes See Enterprise 2.12.18 release notes