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Kindly clarify this, is you refer to CRLF to LF conversion while check-in code to bitbucket?

Documentation mentions as Note that: Whenever you create a branch from Bitbucket or from an issue in Jira Software, Bitbucket removes characters that are invalid in references, file systems or shell, and replace them with a valid substitute.

Kindly clarify this, is you refer to CRLF to LF conversion while check-in code to bitbucket?

 

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Hi @amit kadam,

This does not refer to CRLF to LF conversion in source code.

It refers to certain special characters in branch names. For example, some of these characters are #, %, &. If you try to use such a character in a branch name (when you create a branch from Bitbucket UI or Jira), this character will get omitted or replaced.

The same documentation page also mentions a safe default set of characters to use for branch names:

Please note that this concerns Bitbucket Cloud (https://bitbucket.org/).

Kind regards,
Theodora

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