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Sourcetree ignores Bitbucket Cloud Merge Checks

Using SourceTree to create Pull request from feature branch to develop branch. Pull request is waiting to be reviewed and approved (merge checks are set to not allow merges until at least one approval.)

Developer clicks on Git Flow button and click on finish Feature. Sourcetree happily does it merging all changes from feture branch to develop branch (locally)

Developer pushes all changes to Bitbucket cloud. Bitbucket happily merges everything including pull request that was NOT approved. 

Is this by design? I would think that Sourcetree or Bitbucket should rehect that push request as pull request is NOT approved... 

Am I missing something here? 

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bgannin Atlassian Team Apr 11, 2018

Hi Andrew,

Sourcetree is a local only Git client in many respects which is why a developer could make and push changes outside of cloud specific checks. It's up to the server (Bitbucket Cloud) to reject the push for whatever reason.

That said, it's an excellent request for us to do that check (which we can) and one we'll keep in mind for the future… to make sure it's not lost please vote, comment, or create a new ticket in either (macOS) or (Windows)

Brian Ganninger
Senior Mac Developer, Sourcetree

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