Changes This release introduces support for reactions to CodeCommit comments. Users will be able to select from a pre-defined list of emojis to express their reaction to any comments.
Changes This release adds support for creating pull request approval rules and pull request approval rule templates in AWS CodeCommit. This allows developers to block merges of pull requests, contingent on the approval rules being satisfiied.
Changes This release adds an API, BatchGetCommits, that allows retrieval of metadata for multiple commits in an AWS CodeCommit repository.
Changes This release adds two merge strategies for merging pull requests: squash and three-way. It also adds functionality for resolving merge conflicts, testing merge outcomes, and for merging branches using one of the three supported merge strategies.
Changes This release adds APIs that allow adding and removing tags to a repository, and viewing tags for a repository. It also enables adding tags when creating a repository.
Changes This release adds an API for adding / updating / deleting / copying / moving / setting file modes for one or more files directly to an AWS CodeCommit repository without requiring a Git client.
Changes This release adds API support for getting the contents of a file, getting the contents of a folder, and for deleting a file in an AWS CodeCommit repository.
Changes This release adds additional optional fields to the pull request APIs.
Changes This release adds an API for adding a file directly to an AWS CodeCommit repository without requiring a Git client.
Changes AWS CodeCommit now supports pull requests. You can use pull requests to collaboratively review code changes for minor changes or fixes, major feature additions, or new versions of your released software.
Changes This release includes the DeleteBranch API and a change to the contents of a Commit object.
Changes Added new API to list the different files between 2 commits