I've created a new branch, and committed code into the branch. I can see the commit in the commit link, but the branch doesn't show up the branches link. Is there a way to create a pull request through the commit information, or force the system to show the branch in the branch link?
I was able to force the pull request by copying the information past branch/ when opening the branch through the commit link, then opening up another branch through the branch link, and pasting the information after branch/ in the current url. From here I was able to make the pull request.
The pull request shows up as expected, but the branch is still missing from the branch link.
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