Status: Gathering Interest (View Workflow)
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Product Manager - Bitbucket Data Center & Server
I create a pull request in a repo that has submodules located in another project in Stash. I click on diff and it shows the diff of the submodule but it only shows the commit hash diff. It doens't actually show what changes were made to the submodule.
- is duplicated by
BSERV-8720 Bitbucket submodule pull enhancement
- relates to
BSERV-9660 Submodule feature branches and pull requests.
- Gathering Interest
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