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I have a repository hosted in Bitbucket Server. I have cloned this to my local machine and have initialized Git Flow using Sourcetree v3.0.17 (System Git v 2.21). On this first repository, I have started a feature branch using Sourcetree's built in Gitflow button. Currently in this working copy I have the feature branch checked out.
I then cloned the same repository to a different location using Sourcetree, and also initialized GitFlow on the second working copy. After initializing Gitflow on this copy (using the default names for branches as I had done with the first), the GitFlow button on the second repository shows the recommended actions as 'Finish Feature' with the Feature name reported as "Develop".
Can I check have you committed and pushed anything to the Bitbucket Server since initializing Git-Flow on either clone?
I'm not sure I understand why you init-ed twice.
I am only init-ing twice as I am being prompted to on the second repository.
I have pushed from the original clone of my repository since checking out (and since initializing Git-Flow). I have also used Git-Flow on this clone multiple times to create and complete feature branches, hotfixes etc. and pushed the changes afterwards.
If I check out a new copy and then attempt to use Git Flow in SourceTree, it prompts me to initialize again. Do I take it from your comment that the GitFlow configuration should have been pushed to Bitbucket server somehow? If this be the case, can I check the .gitignore file for something that shouldn't have been included?