Atlassian Stash branching and merging is not working as expected

Hi Team,

I have merged a branch back into master as part of the pull request and I am not able to see the commit when I am visiting the commit history of the master.

Now, is this an expected behavior?

Warm Regards,

-Jewel

2 answers

The only way to loose commits is to:

----O----*----*----/M----*    <-- HEAD
     \            /
      \--.----.--/--x     <-- deleted branch

the x commit will be lost (but you need to force the deletion, as git complains). Are you sure this isn't the case?

No, I am pretty sure that is not the case. The changes happened during the merge of the pull request is not coming here. That's the problem.

Then, IDNK. git fsck, git reflog, etc

It doesn't sound expected.  Can you post some screenshots?

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