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This is a question about the Atlassian vscode plugin.
When I start work, I see that the Repository field is set correctly, but "Source Branch" is empty with "No branches found", Clicking the drop-down displays "None".
What am I missing setup wise?
The issue is occurring in VSCode version 1.76. I downgraded to version 1.75.1 and the problem does not occur.
If you also want to dowgrade:
1) first disable automatic update in settings (Ctrl + , or Cmd + ,) look for Update:Mode and change it to manual.
2) Download version 1.75.1 from the official website appropriate for your environment: https://code.visualstudio.com/updates/v1_75
3) Install VSCode 1.75.1.
Hopefully the issue will be resolved in version 1.77...
It's strange since Atlassian extension 3.0.2 has been out for weeks (and was working fine until a few days ago), but I tried rolling back to 3.0.1 anyway -- and that still couldn't find source branches.
I tried updating git, (from 2.25.0 to 2.39.2) just in case that was affecting it -- nope.
But the regular git support in VS Code can find the source branches just fine.
Sam, is Create Pull Request working for you now?
Error creating pull request
Cannot read properties of undefined (reading 'site')
With VS Code 1.77 and Atlascode v3.0.3.
I can Start Work to create the Branch from a Jira ticket now, but still can't Create Pull Requests like I could before.
Perhaps stranger still: I can create pull requests using the extension in one workspace but not in the other.
The non-working workspace / repo was working fine before this whole debacle.
I can do "start work" in both and create branches.
Any ideas for debugging this out somehow resetting the workspace / repo setup?
The tracking issue for it should be here: https://bitbucket.org/atlassianlabs/atlascode/issues/983/vscode-176-start-work-displays-no-branches
But it seems the issues on the repo have been made private a few days ago when a bot started heavily spamming it. Last I saw there was no response from Atlassian.
As others have said this started in VS Code 1.76 so a workaround is to downgrade to 1.75.1, unfortunately there are big fixes/features in 1.76 that I would prefer not to downgrade.
FYI I've setup an alert for any new commits or PRs on the repo: https://bitbucket.org/atlassianlabs/atlascode/src/main/
If anyone has a commercial relationship with Atlassian it would be great if you could file a ticket and let us know the status.
I've now updated to VSCode version 1.77.3 and Jira and Bitbucket (Atlassian Labs) version 1445536 and it's resolved, working fine now as expected.
This revision is large and many issues have been resolved, but I couldn't find a specific comment about it in the release notes as well as on GitHub.
The important thing is that it was resolved. Enjoy!