Allow a snapshot/backup of an org prior to running a deployment. Allow us to use this as a source of a new deployment if we want to revert any changes previously deployed, or at least download the package.1 vote
This is on our roadmap for Q2. We’ll post an update when we start work on this feature.
You run tests when deploying to production orgs, which is great, but sometimes I want to force tests to be run when deploying to sandboxes or dev orgs. Can you add in an option to run tests for these orgs?1 vote
Thanks for the suggestion. We’re pretty busy at the moment but we’ll definitely look into this.
The change & test automation is great, but we can't choose when these jobs run. The option to choose when to run jobs so they don't coincide with dev work would be a great addition.1 vote
This is a great suggestion, and we’ve added it into our plan for the next month or two. Will update when this is ready to go.
Create a way to turn off diff that are caused by spaces, tabs, and returns.2 votes
We’re looking into this as we’re aware it can lead to ‘false positives’ on changed objects.
In the post-deployment summary, rather than just list the numbers, list the actual tests that have run.1 vote
We’ll look into how we could add this without making the interface too difficult to dive into. In the meantime, our new unit testing automation feature may be of interest – it allows you to automate unit tests and see exactly which have passed and failed.
Extend the diff tool to allow the user to perform a merge, creating a new version of the component that contains some changes from the source version and some changes from the target version. This would be very useful in a team development scenario where multiple devs are working on features in individual dev sandboxes and then pushing completed features into an integration sandbox.4 votes
Merging differences between Apex classes and VisualForce pages is difficult to do automatically due to the understanding required by the developer. For differences between two orgs in other object types, Gearset helps you sidestep that with our granular comparison results. This blog post explains more: https://gearset.com/blog/merging-salesforce-metadata
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