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re: Have you used the new "suggested changes" in GitHub pull requests? VIEW POST


We've used here for simple changes, like changing the i18n strings. It worked very well, but it'd be great to have more changes per commit. It creates a commit for every change.


What is considered a single change? How do they limit it at the moment?


Not that they're limiting. Like, if you have 5 fixes that you can pack into a single commit, this new suggestion feature will do it, but won't pack into a single commit. Instead, it will create 5 commits. That can be an issue if you have CI, that will cause to trigger it 5 times.

now there is 'add to batch' which would actually do, what you want

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