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Exploring Source files doesn't always show Last commit and Message

Does anyone else have issues when browsing the Source files and directories, where the "Last commit" and "Message" fail to appear?:

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It only appears to occur when there are a lot of directories with a lot of files, as when you start to navigate inside one, they eventually appear in there. But for any that fails, Dev Tools flags a 500 error from the URL similar to this: https://bitbucket.org/!api/internal/repositories/WORKSPACE_ID/REPOSITORY/srcdir-with-metadata/HASH/app/code/FishPig/WordPress . The response returns a JSON: {"type": "error", "error": {"message": "Something went wrong", "id": "HASH"}} . My suspicion is that it times out. If you leave it for a while and refresh, it will eventually work. It will be good however if this can be fixed. Thank you.

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I think it works in the "lazily load and display" way you described by design.

It has always been like that. I'd guess it is because is an expensive operation (that probably requires running a Git command in the background) so Atlassian only does it when it is really necessary.

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