Stash won't display conflicted files in "changed files"-list


We've moved our stash (v2.10.1) from a pre-production-server to production - with the effort of loosing the display of which files have merge-conflicts in a pull-request.

On the top right the merge button is greyed-out and the exclamation-mark-tooltip shows "You will need to resolve conflicts to be able to merge" - but none of the files in the "changed files" frame are highlighted (as they were in the testing-environment) neither by selecting the diff we see where the conflicts emerge.

Configurations are identical, the only difference we have been able to discover is a newer git-version (1.7.10 on pre vs. 1.8 on production).

Any suggestions/ideas/solutions?

Regards, Ingo

2 answers

Hi Ingo,

This might not be the issue, but you might want to take a look at the following:

Otherwise, I suggest raising a support ticket so we can look at your logs/configuration a little more closely.




thanks for your response - your idea about the hooks seemed legit due to missing +X-permissions. But adding those did not do the trick.

Is it possible that the diff-conflict-display is processed anytime the diff-page is opened? Then the hooks should not be the trigger, aren't they?

Maybe we really have to open the ticket...



Yeah, I might suggest opening a ticket. It's most likely something environmental, but it's impossible to say without knowing more.

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