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We have some repositories, that are just slight variations on a previous done work. As such, we created them by forking the repository that has similar code that will be used as a starting point. However, since it is a fork, each time in the new repo we open a PR, by default it will do it towards the original repository, instead of remaining inside the repo.
The fork was basically only intended to create a copy, there is no point in keeping them linked or even in sync. The two repositories, old and new, should be able to behave independently from each other.
However, I find no option to sever the link between the both repositories, nor do I find a setting that allows me to select the preferred target for the PR, so I can put it to the current repository.
Hi @Mark Nelissen,
I'm afraid that it is not possible for Bitbucket users/admins to do that, however it is possible for the support team to remove the fork relationship between two repositories.
We have a feature request to allow admins to remove the fork relationship between two repositories:
You can add your vote in that feature request (by selecting the Vote for this issue link) and add yourself as a watcher (by selecting the Start watching this issue link) if you'd like to get notified via email on updates.
If you have any questions, please feel free to let me know.