source code management
Link Issues to Commits and Code Reviews in Space
Learn how to link issues to commits, code reviews, and merge requests in Space to easily track your team’s progress.
Introducing Space Code Owners
Learn how to define an owner for specific paths or files in a Git repo, and enable approval from code owners as a quality gate for merge requests in Space.
Introducing Turn-based Code Reviews in Space
Today, we want to introduce you to the concept of turn-based code reviews in Space! The idea behind turn-based code reviews is to make the process of reviewing code as clear as possible for the author of the code, and the reviewers. When the Space team was looking at the typical code review process, we found two issues that could be improved: Who should take action? It's not always cle
Branch and Push Restrictions for Git Repositories in Space
Teams using Git repositories in Space can setup rules to limit what contributors can do, or to enforce certain standards. Branch restrictions let us restrict who can create and delete branches, and who can (force) push to a branch. With push restrictions, we can verify committers, limit file size and file types. Let's look at a few examples! (more…)
Mirroring an External Git Repository in Space
Creating a new Git repository in Space is easy. You can create and initialize a new or empty repository and start pushing code, or migrate an existing Git repository from GitHub or BitBucket and make it available in Space, including all branches, tags and commits. There's an additional option: mirroring a repository. In this post, let's have a closer look and see how you can mirror Git reposito