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Version 5.0 of the Bitbucket API Client Library for Java has been redesigned for Java SE 8 and Java EE 7. The following list describes the current status of the project:
- Public users, teams, and repositories can be fetched by their names.
- Support for OAuth2 is being written.
- Work on a command line client has been started.
We now have our workspace on Slack.
Feel free to join now.
This is how to embed a build status badge for a Bitbucket Cloud repository.
https://linuxfront-functions.azurewebsites.net/api/bitbucket/build/owner/repo?branch=branch as the source URI of an
image element as follows:
DISCLAIMER: This service has currently no access restrictions but has limited capacity. You are advised to set up your own service if you use those badges in production.
Also note you must specify the branch that will be shown with the current version.
The central repository for XLLMNRD has been moved to https://bitbucket.org/vx68k/xllmnrd. If you have cloned the repository, update the remote URLs locally.
The Bitbucket API Client for Java 4.0 has been released and should be available in the Maven Central Repository soon.
It provides Java classes that provide a binding to the Bitbucket REST API. For changes in this version, read the Release Notes.
Bitbucket API Client for Java 4.0 was uploaded to OSSRH for staging. If no problem is found, it will be released soon.
The Bitbucket Webhook for Java 1.0 has been released and should be available in the Maven Central Repository soon.
It provides Java classes that process HTTP requests from the Bitbucket webhooks.
We have started our Salt campaign at Bountysource. Your financial support is always welcome. Take a look at the campaign page!
As Embarcadero announced the new version of RAD Studio supports Mercurial version control natively, the HgBDS Mercurial Integration project will be discontinued unless there are enough demands to support Mercurial on older versions of the IDE.