Commit message: ref to another commit in the another repo ?

I'm writing a commit message : I would like to refer commit as e.g. SHA@anotherRepo

How to do ?

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Hi Benoit,

Just want to get couple of things cleared.

  1. Do you want to add another remote to your local repository?
  2. Which SCM are you using?


Hi Rahul, I use GIT. I would just like to refer a commit on an another (remote) repo. I write my commit message with the reference to a commit on an another repo. My goal : in the BitBucket (and not necessarily in my local repo), to see this reference. Thanks.

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