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Bamboo Displays an Incomplete List of Code Commits

Hello,

Our organization runs Bamboo Server.

I am curious to know how others face the following situation.

There is a Bamboo job that polls a Bitbucket (server) repository. When the build completes successfully, all of the source code commits associated with that build are displayed. The same is true if the build fails. 

Consider the following situation:

The Nth build fails. The "Commits" tab correctly shows all of the commits for that failed build. Developers push changes to the Bitbucket repository to fix the issue. The (N+1)th build succeeds. 

But the Code Commits tab only displays the changes that fix the issue.

 

What we would want in this situation is for the Code Commits tab for build N+1 to display all of the commits that showed up for build N plus all of the commits for build N+1.

Previously, we addressed this by scripting "git diff" output to show the differences between two tags. I am curious if there is a way of addressing this with Bamboo.

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