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In Finish Feature not able to select any featurename

Hello,

I am facing a strange issue where I couldn't able to finish a feature.

Step 1: When I click on finish feature.

Step1.jpg

Step 2: I am not able to select any feature name. Try all combination regarding checkbox but none works. Also, OK button is disabled.

step2.jpg

More Information :

Initially, I am not able to create the feature as well. Also, if I am on develop branch & click on gitflow than it's directly displayed finish feature option.

step3.jpg

Have created a new feature using Other action.

Version: 3.1.3

Windows OS version: 10

 

Thank you for help in advance.

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I have found starting inv3.1.2 when you initialize git flow the .git/config file does not update correctly
values for [gitflow "prefix"] section show as follow
[gitflow "prefix"]
     feature =
     bugfix =
     release =
     hotfix =
     support =
     versiontag =
[gitflow "path"]

 

If you correct as show below
[gitflow "prefix"]
      feature =feature/
      bugfix =
      release =release/
      hotfix =hotfix/
      support =
      versiontag =
[gitflow "path"]

process will function correctly

Thank you for your help. It's worked.

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Mike Corsaro Atlassian Team May 15, 2019

Hello! Could you report back with the following:

  • Switch back to the feature branch
  • Click the "Terminal" button
  • Run the command: git flow feature list
  • Reply with the resulting message

Thanks!

Hello Mike Corsaro,

Thank you for your replay.

Received below message from the terminal.

step4.jpg

Hello @Mike Corsaro 

Could you please let me know the next steps to resolve the issue?

Mike Corsaro Atlassian Team May 17, 2019

Looks like git-flow didn't initialize correctly -- the answer below should help you out (the config file is under YourRepo/.git/config).

Find:

feature =

and make it:

feature = feature/
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