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Automate pull requests from bitbucket to the local machine

Hi everyone, I hope you are doing well.

As a part of my final year internship, I take the task of "Automating pull requests from bit repository to the local machine of each developer and merging the source code"

The objective of this task is to get the latest version of the source code to the local machine.

Changes committed by developers to the repository are pushed to our repository, via a 'git push'. Upon completion of the push, we would like an automated process that would:

  1. Create a pull request to merge changes from the repository to the local machine.

  2. Auto approves the pull request.

  3. Auto-merge the pull request from the repository to the local machine.

  4. Send an email with a generated report to the developer with the status of the process (success or failure).

Hint: for them -company-, it is highly recommended to work with (java, maven) to make an executable jar file that does this process.

Thank you!

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