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Chrome Extension

You can use Aviator's Chrome Extension to enqueue your pull-request from GitHub.


Install from Chrome Web Store. After the installation, open your pull-request, and you can find a log-in button instead of the GitHub merge button.
Click the login button, and you'll redirected to the Aviator login page. If you are already logged in, it should automatically get back to the original PR page.

How to use

If the repository is configured with Aviator MergeQueue, it shows a button to enqueue a pull request. This will work properly with stacked PRs as well.
Enqueue an open PR
Once the PR has entered the queue, the extension will show information about the bot pull request, and a timeline of the PR's activity. If the queue is currently paused, the extension will notify the user, regardless of the PR's status.
PR in the merge queue
The extension will show updated information if the PR is blocked.
Blocked PR
If you need, there is an option to show the original GitHub merge button.

Use with Aviator MergeQueue on-prem

You can open the extension option page from the extension menu.
You can specify your on-prem Aviator deployment URL.