I have a pull request based on commit A on the main branch. Netlify gives me a deploy preview. Then another pull request is merged into the main branch, and main is now on commit B. This doesn’t seem to trigger an updated deploy preview for my original pull request, so the preview is out-of-date.
From the Netlify UI I repeated the deploy preview, and that ended up showing me the new result of merging the PR to main. Unfortunately the GitHub pull request still only has the original deploy preview link. So people reviewing the pull request are sent to the old preview.
I am not the author of the pull request, and am the repository maintainer. I’m wondering if this is expected behavior, or if there is some way to properly trigger a rebuild of the PR (that updates the PR status with the latest deploy preview)?
- The website id is cncf-contribute
- The pull request is Publish the Contributor Growth Framework by carolynvs · Pull Request #113 · cncf/tag-contributor-strategy · GitHub.
- Original Deploy Preview: Incentivizing non-code contributions | CNCF Contributors
- Rebuilt Deploy Preview: Incentivizing non-code contributions | CNCF Contributors