This question is in reference to Atlassian Documentation: Bitbucket Server 4.13 release notes
I would love to have this feature, but as we have some very hard restrictions on certain repos, I need to be able to enable the "edit" in browser feature on a per-repository basis, so I can control who and where this feature can be used. Is this possible?
Those permissions are not the problem. We have a custom plugin that checks commit messages against a legacy system (pre-receive). This must not be circumvented, so I'd like to just disable the "Edit in Browser" on those repositories so they are only modified through "real" (pushed) changes...
Plugins can also reject the proposed changes that the 'edit in browser' feature makes. You can do that by adding an event listener for the
FileEditRequestedEvent, validating the provided commit message and calling
event.cancel if the proposed change does not meet your plugin's requirements.
We are working on an upgrade to 4.13.0 and will also be affected by the in-browser edit/commits not being validated by our commit checker plugin (YACC). We depend on this for our Compliance mechanisms, so we can't update until we can either disable in-browser edits (in our case, ideally across all repos), or until the missing fields are added to the event and YACC is able to incorporate them. Given the news of the missing fields, is there any thought being given to being able to disable the in-browser edit/commit feature? Thanks...
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