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How to list pull requests? Previous solutions are not working Edited

Using Bitbucket Cloud.

With ls-remote, show-refs, or some other git command, I would like to obtain a list of current pull-requests from origin in our repos.

I have read and applied changes mentioned in:
"Show refs of pull requests in stash" and in "Pull request proficiency: Fetching abilities unlocked!"
nothing has worked so far.

Suggestions are appreciated.

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Mikael Sandberg Community Leader Oct 07, 2020

The only way to do this without going into Bitbucket would be to use the REST API to get a list of current pull requests, since this information is not stored in the repository. Have a look at pullrequests for more information on what you can get from the REST API.

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