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how to cherry pick commit id in bitbucket for pull request

HI All,


I have DEV,SIT,UAT branches and now want to move specific story from DEV to SIT i.e specific commit to SIT using pull request or cherry pick option in front end?


Now pull request is taking full difference code from source branch.

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Tyler T Atlassian Team Apr 06, 2021

Cherry picking is not supported in the UI but it is easy to accomplish on the command line or using a tool like SourceTree.

You could do something roughly like this:

git checkout DEV
git log

# copy the commit hash

git checkout SIT
git cherry-pick <commit_hash_from_DEV>

# now that commit from DEV is in SIT (assuming there are no conflicts)

Here is some additional documentation:

Tyler T - Is there any way to create pull request with specific commits rather than full changes

Tyler T Atlassian Team Apr 07, 2021

Certainly. In that case you'd want to create a feature branch off the main branch and cherry-pick the commits you'd like (using the command line or SourceTree). Then open a pull request against the main branch. 

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