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Feature Request: Add `slug` repository property to API documentation

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The current API documentation (including `https://api.bitbucket.org/swagger.json`) for the Repository Schema is missing the `slug: string` property. This property is actually returned by the API:

 

API: https://api.bitbucket.org/2.0/repositories/{workspace}/{repo_slug}

Response:

{
"type": "repository",
"full_name": "{workspace}/{repo_slug}",
"name": "{repo_name}",
"slug": "{repo_slug}",
"description": "",
...
}

I was unable to find an existing issue at jira.atlassian.com (searching with `text ~ "slug repository" and resolution = Unresolved and project = "Bitbucket Cloud"`).

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Hi Sander

It is quite common that our APIs return additional, undocumented properties. The property "additionalProperties": true that you can find in the repository schema indicates so. This means that these properties are not officially supported (not technically part of the API).

Kind regards,
Theodora

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