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Find commit hash

In Github the commit hash is readily available -- but where can I find it in BitBucket?

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Mikael Sandberg Community Leader Dec 12, 2019

Hi @paul.davidowitz,

Welcome to Atlassian Community.

You can get the hash if you click on Commits in the repository. It will not give you the full hash, just the first 11 characters. You can also get the hash if you click on a file in the source view, that will show the latest commit based on the branch you are on.

I see. For me, high-level view only gives first 7 char. I then actually need to click on 'View raw commit' to see everything.

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