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Branches are different

Laxman Rao Vokkerla
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Oct 09, 2023

When I checked the  one repository branches in bitbucket and same repository branches in git looks different.


Please help me to solve.


thanks in advance.

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Patrik S
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Oct 10, 2023

Hello @Laxman Rao Vokkerla and welcome to the Community! 

I think we will need a few more details about your issue in order to assist you further, so let me ask you some additional questions : 

  • What command you are using locally with git, and to which page in Bitbucket UI you are comparing?
  • Could you share some examples of the differences you have noticed including what was the result you got and what was the expected result? If you could share some screenshots that would also help.

If you have any questions, feel free to ask.

Thank you, @Laxman Rao Vokkerla !

Patrik S

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