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In my project every repository (effectively separate package) has it's own build plan. Dependency structure between packages is reflected in plan dependencies.
Each time parent build runs it changes it's required version in child repository.
I have noticed that child plans use revision that does not include parent changes.
Is it possible to configure plan such that it includes new parent package version?
I think I can get this effect by running task script at the beginning of child plan so that sources are updated, but that approach messes up the relation between Bamboo-Bitbucket (build result is correlated with earlier commit).