Issue tracker believes a commit link is a issue link when it starts with a number

Issue #9115 invalid
Michael Lindahl
created an issue

When referencing commits in the issue tracker, if that commit starts with a number the issue tracker will link you to the issue of that number and not the commit. (i.e. #7b5eac7 will link to issue 7 instead of linking to the commit 7b5eac7)

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  1. Michael Lindahl reporter

    Opps. In the text when I didn't user number to prefix the commit I found that # should only be used for issues not commit numbers. My bad. Bitbucket is smart enough to figure out what text is referencing commits without needing a symbol.

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