Why did double reference to an issue end up with two comments in the issue?

I have an issue in my repository (for example, #7).

 

Recently I pushed a commit into the repository. The commit had message like this:

 

 When I was planning to fix ticket #7, I realized  ...

...

... for AVX and legacy SSE ISA extensions.

 

See #7

 

As you can see I made double reference to the issue #7 from the same commit message. After I had pushed this commit to Bitbucket, I found two almost the same comments in the issue #7 topic. "Almost" because the first one had "changed status to resolved" text on the top. This was caused by "... to fix ticket #7 ..." text in my commit message (I wrote that rashly; but that doesn't matter here). As for the rest – the issue messages are the same! They have the same text and both refer to source commit.

 

Is it a bug?

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Here is the response of the Bitbucket cloud support:

The only way to avoid such situation is to not use two command keywords in one go.


Nonetheless, Atlassian support team's member created a bug ticket in Bitbucket's Public Issue Tracker repo: https://bitbucket.org/site/master/issues/12932/when-one-commit-has-more-than-one-command


Now I'll be waiting for response there.

Yeah, I'd call it a bug that two comments were created. Best to report it at jira.atlassian.com.

Support requests aren't public, so if a public bug report gets created as a response to that support ticket, you should post it here so other users can vote it up.

Okay, I got it, Seth!

 

But currently there's no response to my support request.

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