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Issue #9683 closed

Close a pull request without declining (BB-10765)

Bryan Burgers
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We use a git rebase workflow.

That means that I often accept a pull request from a co-worker, but don't use BitBucket's merge button to merge it in, and instead do a bit of rewriting, then push the commits.

Is there any good way to close the pull requests after I do this? The Decline button seems to be the only way, but I'm not declining the pull request. In fact, the pull request got accepted, and I note which relevant commits got pushed into the repo.

Can I close a pull request as accepted without using the merge button?

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