Is there any way to determine pull request # by a commit hash

For better tracing closed tasks in continuous integration process it is very convenient to have information about a merged pull request (number/description) instead of a particular commit (hash/comment). Unfortunately, the only information that can be provided by GIt is information about a commit (especially if this was a fast-forward commit). Is there any way to determine a number of a pull request by a commit hash from a script/command line (using Stash REST API or plugins)?

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On the Java API, it is easy to get from the pull request to the commit hash by using PullRequest.getFromRef(). Something like this probably exists on the REST API too.

Getting to the pull request from the commit hash is more tricky. You can use to find a Pull Request based on the branch (ref) if you use a PullRequestSearchRequest with getFromRefIds(). Not sure how to get the ref based on the commit hash, though.

Perhaps a response on this will make it bubble up, but I'm trying to figure out a way to do this also.

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