I created a pull request from Sourcetree. Then I merged it from Bitbucket, which obviously also pushed the commits to main branch, showing that merge commit in sourcetrees commit list. After creating the pull request, I returned to the branch which was in the pull request.
Now Sourcetree shows that I have one unpushed commit, which is the same commit that was already merged from Bitbucket. Push mark stays regardless am I in main branch or pull requested branch.
Will pushing that same exact commit twice break something? Why I need to merge twice? Can I remove the unpushed commits mark from sourcetree without removing the changes from already merged main branch?
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