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A way to disable Bitbucket commits to copy to pull request title

Santiago Arizti Nov 13, 2018

I use smart comits like this:


    git commit -m "PROJ-0000 #time 2h #comment finally fixed xyz bug"


But whenever I make a pull request with one single commit on it, Bitbucket chooses my last commit message as the pull request title instead of the branch name.

This would normally be ok, but with smart commits the time logging gets duplicated.

Is there a way to disable this feature in Bitbucket? I would like Bitbucket to behave in a predictable way all the time, always defaulting to the branch name for the title of the pull request.


Thanks in advance for your help

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