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To be clear here, I do NOT want to use a .gitignore because it is important that these changes still get saved to the repository. The software that I am using saves each component of my project with a property called 'lastModificationSignature' that will update on every component every time I export it to Bitbucket. This makes a big mess when I look at the diff between two commits. What I would like is a way to have Bitbucket ignore these changes when showing the diff. All of these files share the same name, but exist in various folders. If anyone knows if there is a way to do this please let me know. Thank you!
Hi @Perretta_ Ryan and welcome to the community.
I'm afraid that it is not possible to exclude files from a commit's diff at the moment, this feature is only available for pull request diffs.
We have a feature request for what you are asking in our issue tracker:
The request has been closed as it is unlikely to be worked on in the near future. However, I would suggest leaving a comment there to express your interest and give details about your use case, as our product managers continue to monitor even closed requests.