Currently if I create bugfix branch, for instance, and make some commit containing "fixes #1" or "closes #1" in its message, it automatically close #1 issue.
However, I would like to happen only when the pull request associated to this branch is approved and merged into the default branch (develop or master).
I cannot understand how I must configure my repository to accomplish this.
You might be able to do this with an automation plug-in, but I'm not familiar enough with a stand alone Bitbucker instance to know if this can or can't be done with additional software. So far, the only thing I can find about closing issues is probably a document you are already familiar with:
You may want to see if ScriptRunner can automate this for you.
Well it's a llittlebit of a pity, this article describes it almost as I want it to work, except it totally forgets a very important factor, the branches and all the git branching model and flows around them.
I would love to have it integrated in Bitbucket Cloud like in Github (https://blog.github.com/2013-01-22-closing-issues-via-commit-messages/)
Anyway, thank you again @Michael Wolfe for your answers.
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