Is there a plan to add a 'Revert' button to merged pull requests in bibucket as github now has (https://github.com/blog/1857-introducing-the-revert-button)?
This would be very useful for continuous integration / deployment workflows (especially as I can't revert a merge commit in sourcetree).
Atlassian doesn't typically announce roadmap features ahead of time, but I can show you how to revert a merge commit in SourceTree. You have two options:
If the merge commit is already published and others may have pulled it:
You should create a reverse patch by right-clicking on the commit in the SourceTree log view and selecting "Reverse commit...".
If the merge commit is unpublished (or you're working by yourself) and is the most recent commit:
You could reset your branch to the commit before the merge occurred (removing the merge from history) by right-clicking on the commit that you want to make the new head of your branch and selecting "Reset <branchname> to this commit".
You can't actually revert merge commit in Sourcetree because the Reverse commit command doesn't add the -m parameter.
Ah, my bad. I've voted for the issue :)
The best option is to revert the merge manually then, as you suggested in the linked question.
In the meantime, you could raise a feature request for reverting PRs in the Bitbucket issue tracker: https://bitbucket.org/site/master/issues
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