I'm looking at a release branch in Bitbucket: "release/v8.0.0". The latest commit on the branch is 4aef...
In my local Git repository, I've checked out the same branch and git log -3 shows that I'm on the same commit number as above.
When using the "Source" view in Bitbucket and I click on a particular file it looks exactly the same as in my local repository (Under the History tab, no version is highlighted).
However, when I use the History dropdown, then highlight the latest, it doesn't show the 10 lines or so that were the most recent change. If I click on an old version, then click back on most recent version, it still doesn't show the most recent 10 lines.
What happened and how can this be corrected??
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