I read this
I am trying to get the branches associated with a specific commit. However, it does not seem to work with personal projects...
This does not work (gives me a 404 error):
But this works:
The only difference is the project key in one case: '/projects/Project_key/'
And the user project in the other case: '/users/MyUser/'
The structure of the command will remain the same, except that for the personal project of your user you just need to type as ~username - in Stash, personal projects are actually preceded by a tilde (~).
So, in your case, the command will be: https://stash-server.org/rest/branch-utils/1.0/projects/~MyUser/repos/MyRepo/branches/info/6301fc06a6d2f2171ca817f7d17eecb0889fcf23
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