[Sourcetree]How can i merge brances without commit even though fast-forward is possible?

Hello.

 

I have only one trouble with Sourcetree.

 

[My Problem]

I want to merge branch without commit event though fast-forard(=FF) is possible.

But if I check 'Create a commit even if merge resolved via fast-forward' option, it creates commit.

If i uncheck 'Create a commit even if merge resolved via fast-forward' option, it fast-forward if it's possible.

 

[Request]

Would you seperate 'Create a commit even if merge resolved via fast-forward' option into two options of these:

    'fast-forward if fast-forward is possible when merge' and

    'create commit when merge'?

 

[Benifits]

If I uncheck the two suggested options, I can do that:

      I can get a chance to easily change commit message before create the merged commit even if FF is possible.

 

Thank you.

 

1 answer

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Hi

Can you raise an 'Improvement' request at https://jira.atlassian.com.

 

Thanks

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