What does “changeset stripped” mean?
Under the column
Recent Activity on a Bitbucket repo, there’s the following entry:
What does this mean?
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Changeset stripped from
is Bitbucket parlance for
this commit used to be in the history of
<repo-name>, but has since been deleted by a force push.
You can reproduce the situation in a toy repository. Create an empty repository on Bitbucket, clone it, then
cd to the clone’s root directory and run the following:
# create a first commit $ touch README $ git add README $ git commit -m "add README" $ git push -u origin master # create a second commit $ printf "hello world\n" > README $ git commit -am "modify README" $ git push # "delete" the second commit $ git reset --hard master^ $ git push --force
In the remote repo, under Recent history, the second commit (now deleted) will be marked as Changeset stripped from