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    • ash wilson's avatar
      Link issues from comments and automatically close them · c8a115c0
      ash wilson authored
      Any mention of Issues, MergeRequests, or Commits via GitLab-flavored markdown
      references in descriptions, titles, or attached Notes creates a back-reference
      Note that links to the original referencer. Furthermore, pushing commits with
      commit messages that match a (configurable) regexp to a project's default
      branch will close any issues mentioned by GFM in the matched closing phrase.
      If accepting a merge request would close any Issues in this way, a banner is
      appended to the merge request's main panel to indicate this.
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    • Robb Kidd's avatar
      Separate observing of Note and MergeRequests · 16ceae89
      Robb Kidd authored
      * Move is_assigned? and is_being_xx? methods to IssueCommonality
        This is behavior merge requests have in common with issues. Moved
        methods to IssueCommonality role. Put specs directly into
        merge_request_spec because setup differs for issues and MRs
        specifically in the "closed" factory to use.
      * Add MergeRequestObserver. Parallels IssueObserver in almost every way.
        Ripe for refactoring.
      * Rename MailerObserver to NoteObserver
        With merge request observing moved out of MailerObserver, all that
        was left was Note logic. Renamed to NoteObserver, added tests and
        updated application config for new observer names. Refactored
        NoteObserver to use the note's author and not rely on current_user.
      * Set current_user for MergeRequestObserver
        IssueObserver and MergeRequestObserver are the only observers that
        need a reference to the current_user that they cannot look up on
        the objects they are observing.