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  1. Evergreen
  2. EVG-17279

Show the branch's commit for automatically created patches

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    • Status: Open
    • Minor - P4
    • Resolution: Unresolved
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      When I push to a branch that has a PR, I automatically get a new patch created in Evergreen. However, nothing in the patch view tells me the SHA of the commit for that branch.

      I'd like to be able to correlate a patch with a particular commit. The main reason for this is to confirm that the patch I'm looking at matches the latest commit for that branch.

      Here's a concrete example:

      The patch at https://spruce.mongodb.com/version/62cc3cca850e61609b052749/tasks?sorts=STATUS%3AASC%3BBASE_STATUS%3ADESC was created when I pushed commit `3fecdb3` to PR 637.

      There's no way to look at the patch view and know that the relevant commit is `3fecdb3`.

      I think this would make sense as a field in the left side "Patch Metadata". It could also be put into the patch title, but the patch title is already very long, so I don't like this option as much.

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            backlog-server-evg Backlog - Evergreen Team
            dave.rolsky@mongodb.com Dave Rolsky
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