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Bitbucket Python API?

I need a way to get a list of all repositories, via Python, that my account can access. Is there a way to do something like this?

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edwin Rising Star Apr 29, 2019

Hi @lpetrinsak ,

You can use stashy

bitbucket = stashy.connect(host, user, password)

projects = bitbucket.projects.list()

for project in projects:
for repo in bitbucket.projects["%s" %(project["key"])].repos.list():

Ah great! Thank you very much! Is it possible to acquire a list of "items" that are located in a particular repository?

Nvm, found a way, thank you!

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Do we have Pull request with stashy  @edwin  @lpetrinsak 

edwin Rising Star Aug 26, 2019

Hi @Amman MS ,

Yes. You can see a full of whats implemented here: stashy 

Hi there @edwin @lpetrinsak  ! 

I wanted to ask, is this stashy solution only for Bitbucket Server? Because i need to use same thing in Bitbucket Cloud

I can only guess that same applies for can try it and see if it works though...

@lpetrinsak thanks for fast reply! 

I already tried. And first problem, that stuck with is what URL(host in example above) should be for connection to API?  

edwin Rising Star Dec 13, 2019

Hi @Valeriy Yakovenko  ,

Stashy is a client for Bitbucket Server.

The host above represents the Bitbucket base URL

bitbucket = stashy.connect("http://localhost:7990", "admin", "admin")


bitbucket = stashy.connect("http://localhost:7990/stash", "admin", "admin")

Hi @edwin ! 

Thank you for your fast reply, and sorry for my late reply. 

I will be really happy if you can give some advise about what to use for BitBucket Cloud API in python?

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