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Bitbucket Server fails when url = https://DOMAIN/stash/scm/PROJECT/REPO.git #901

jaklan opened this issue Nov 9, 2019 · 5 comments
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jaklan commented Nov 9, 2019

  • GitLens Version: 10.1.2
  • VSCode Version: 1.40.0
  • OS Version: MacOs Mojave (10.14.6)

Steps to Reproduce:

  1. Use Bitbucket Server with such a remote:
    The most important part is additional /stash in the URL.
  2. Function baseUrl() in bitbucket-server.ts fails, because this.path.startsWith('scm/') is not true and invoked this.splitPath() results in project = "stash" & repo = "scm/PROJECT/REPO".
  3. Such a behaviour also make it impossible to create a proper custom URL, because you also get wrong tokens: ${repoBase} = stash, ${repo} = stash/scm/PROJECT/REPO and ${repoPath} = scm/PROJECT/REPO. Due to that you're not able to reproduce https://DOMAIN/stash/projects/PROJECT/repos/REPO/browse in any way.

You can try to create a custom Bitbucket Server config and put /stash or /stash/ in the domain field, but it just doesn't work - config is not taken into account when running e.g. Open Repository on Remote, so I assume using slashes in the domain field is not possible.

Potential solution:

Just make it possible to set DOMAIN/stash in the domain field in a Remote configuration or change this.path.startsWith('scm/') line to be also true when any string occurs before scm (and change this.path.replace('scm/', '') similarly).

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Same problem here, would be nice to get this fixed :)

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robross0606 commented Nov 20, 2020

Same problem and then some. Seems like Bitbucket Server integration thoroughly botches most of the URL constructions. The only saving grace is that our Bitbucket server appears to at least do a little URL redirection. So if you use:
"repository": "${repo}"

You can at least get to the repository. But getting to anything specific below that doesn't appear to work.

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I recommend allowing configuration of the "base name" or "context path" similar to how Bitbucket itself is set up if you require a URL context. Even the Atlassian plugin for VSCode supports it this way:
scrnli_11_20_2020_6-53-20 PM

@eamodio eamodio added bug Something isn't working and removed potential-bug labels Feb 1, 2021
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eamodio commented Feb 1, 2021

Can you please verify this fix in tomorrow's insiders edition?

You can install the insiders edition from here. Be sure to disable/uninstall the stable version of GitLens first.

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