GitHub Codespaces provides you with many of the capabilities you might need to work with pull requests:
- Create a pull request - Using either the Terminal and Git commands or the Source Control view, you can create pull requests just as you would on GitHub.com. If the repository uses a pull request template, you'll be able to use this within the Source Control view.
- Open a pull request – You can open an existing pull request in a codespace, provided you have codespace access to the branch that is being merged in.
- Review a pull request - Once you have opened a pull request in a codespace, you can use the "GitHub Pull Request" view to add review comments and approve pull requests. You can also use Codespaces to view review comments.
Under your repository name, click Pull requests.
In the list of pull requests, click the pull request you'd like to open in Codespaces.
On the right-hand side of your screen, click Code.
In the Codespaces tab, click Create codespace on BRANCH.
- Open the pull request in a codespace, as described in "Opening a pull request."
- In the Activity Bar, click the GitHub Pull Request view. This view only appears when you open a pull request in a codespace.
- To review a specific file, click the Open File icon in the Side Bar.
- To add review comments, click the + icon next to the line number. Type your review comment and then click Start Review.
- When you are finished adding review comments, from the Side Bar you can choose to either submit the comments, approve the changes, or request changes.
For more information on reviewing a pull request, see "Reviewing proposed changes in a pull request."