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Though I'm logged in,the plugin does not see any repositories that my username has access to :(
Is there anything else we need to setup in order to use the feature?
Jira issues work correctly though.
The extension figures out what repo(s) it should be dealing with by looking at the git remotes defined for the project(s) you have opened in your workspace.
If you open a project that has a bitbucket.org git remote (e.g. you cloned a bitbucket repo), you should see those trees fill up with data.
Let me know if that resolves your issue.
Yep that's the mistake...
because Jira plugin works on the Global scope, "we" assume that Bitbucket also works on Global Scope and for example, will query all repos and show all Pull Requests across all repos... (that what I was really looking for as I'm the one reviewing code)... I'll keep using Slack Pull Request feature that is also good enough :)
Thank you for the answer!
@brainicorn I have a similar issue that maybe you can help with?
I am using the Atlassian for VS Code Plugin and connected to JIRA. When I start work on an issue the correct repository is showing/selected however I see "no branches found" in the Source Branch selector.
Using 'git remote -v' I see 'origin' is set to the the correct repository. Is it a VS Code project setting I'm missing? Something else?