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Done last year: https://www.ibm.com/cloud/blog/build-from-a-pull-request-in-the-continuous-delivery-pipeline
Definitely this would be an amazing feature to have, coming from iOS world, and starting using Swift in the backend we really miss this feature :)
+1 on this usecase. After getting a basic pipeline running to deploy to cloud foundry the next step would be do test and deploy pull requests to automate the development process.
"Jenkins as a service" might be a better alternative. Is the goal of the toolchain to provide a rich integration environment with open source development tools? Open source tools (like travis-ci) will invest in jenkins integrations but will leave it to IBM to port the integration into toolchain.