In bitbucket I edit a file and then I have to use git bash to clone then merge then push.
have i missed a configuration in bitbucket, I thought it would commit the change merge and then kick of bamboo
Are you using Bitbucket Server or Cloud. According to the Bamboo knowledge base article Repository triggers the build when changes are committed:
Configuring your source repository
Configure your source code management system's repository to send post-commit event messages to Bamboo. These messages tell Bamboo to begin building the plans that use this repository.
Add the Bamboo Webhook to your repository in Bitbucket Cloud. No further action is necessary on your local repository. Each push of new commits in to Bitbucket will trigger the build based on your configuration.
When you create a plan that uses a linked Bitbucket Server repository , Bamboo uses the 'Bitbucket repository triggers the build when changes are committed' trigger option by default.
Please verify the Source repo is setup correctly per Repository triggers the build when changes are committed. Once you confirm that follow the rest of the article for the rest of the steps and let me know if that resolves the issue or not and we'll go from there.
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