I am running a bitbucket server v5.12.0.
I've created some repositories and I'd like to manually create new files.
I've read the Atlassian documentation and I know that once I am in my repo I should have a "create file" option but I don't have it. Do you know why?
PS: I am a bitbucket administrator
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I believe this is a Cloud vs Server document issue. What document did you read that said that? Bitbucket Cloud has the option to add a file in the UI. Bitbucket Server does not have the same option. I apologize for the misunderstanding here!
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To directly answer your question, no. There isn't a way to commit files in the UI.
Depends on what you mean by simplest. For me the easiest way is to clone the repository to my local machine and run:
But if you aren't familiar with Git, SourceTree (or some other Git visualizer) might be easier to work with.
Are there any plans to bring this feature to Bitbucket Server?
I am seeing a trend on several issues I am following..
Cloud version has it and there is no timeline for the on-prem version to get the same feature. It would certainly seem to an outsider that the on-prem version is being left to rot slowly.
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