This is our scenario:
We have bitbucket-piplines.yml in our development branch. All the developers have read access to it. A developer created a separate branch, edited the bitbucket-pipline.yml along with other changes and created a pull request. Now during pull request, we want to discard the changes to the bitbucket-pipeline.yml file. I assume this can be done by adding this file to repository's pull request exclude File setting.
But, when we merge the development branch into the master branch through the pull request, we want the bitbucket-pipeline.yml file to be merged with the changes if any changes have been made to that file in the development branch.
The developer needs to discard their change before they commit & push & create their pull request, like so:
git checkout origin/develop -- bitbucket-piplines.yml
(That command resets "bitbucket-piplines.yml" to be identical to the version in origin/develop at that moment).
They can easily update their pull-request using that command and then pushing the result to their PR's source branch.
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