I began a build job based on a git repository that was building from "refs/heads/master". After this had been building for awhile, we changed things a bit internally and began to build instead from "refs/builds/master", where refs/builds/master is always one commit ahead of refs/heads/master, with a special commit message for the build server.
Since this change was implemented, the "Pending Changes" calculation has been a bit broken, so that every build counts every commit since the change to refs/bulds/master happened as "new". If I go to the build config's "Change log" view, it properly shows which changes come in between which builds.
Any way to fix this without creating a new build configuration? Is there a way to make the build config "forget" that it used to be on refs/heads/master?