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  1. Jenkins
  2. JENKINS-47540

changing target branch doesn't reset status check states


    • Icon: Bug Bug
    • Resolution: Unresolved
    • Icon: Major Major
    • ghprb-plugin
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    • ghprb version: 1.35.0
      github enterprise: 2.10.2

      Switching an existing PR from branch A to be against branch B doesn't force the status checks to re-run.

      I've set a priority if Major as this 'loophole' allows changes to go into a branch without the proper testing.

      The flow to expose the 'loophole' is:

      1. Open a PR against  branch A 
      2. Once all builds complete and the 'check's have passed
      3. Then change the PR to be against branch B
      4. The previous 'checks passed' state remains despite the change in branches.
      5. User is allowed to merge that change into branch B without running the proper test (ie. build and smoke tests)


            bpatterson ben patterson
            j3rmwarfare Jon Mason
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