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Allow repository guessing for bitbucket and gitlab #562

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commented Dec 14, 2017

The plugin has a repository browser guesser if a repository browser is not selected. Previously, that guesser was limited to a subset of github URLs.

This pull request broadens the types of github URLs which will be recognized and adds and as possible guesses.

Repository browser guessing is only useful for those repository hosting services which have a well-known host name, like,, and Internally hosted GitHub enterprise, or Bitbucket, or GitLab will still need to specify the repository browser, as will other browser types.

I intentionally chose the simpler implementation rather than implementing this using an abstract GitRepositoryBrowserDescriptor. Since the number of public git repository browsers supported by the plugin is quite small, it seemed simpler to extend the existing regular expression based detection technique and return the matching browser rather than modify GitSCM and the relevant repository browser classes.


MarkEWaite added some commits Dec 14, 2017

Add GitSCM.guessBrowser() tests
Before extending the guesser to support other hosting providers
More GitSCM.guessBrowser() tests
Before extending the guesser to support other hosting providers
Enable Bitbucket and Gitlab browser guessing
Test additional case with a leading slash in an alternate ssh URL.

Test failure case with as the unrecognized URL.
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This LGTM, nice tests as well

@MarkEWaite MarkEWaite merged commit 6c91868 into jenkinsci:master Dec 16, 2017

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@MarkEWaite MarkEWaite deleted the MarkEWaite:better-browser-guessing branch Dec 16, 2017

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