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How can I add a category to my stash repos?

In previous git tools, repos could be organized not just by organization but also be category.  You could then define something like

  Category1/
   repo1
   repo2
  Category2/
   repo3

etc...  

An example is available here http://git.freescale.com/git/.  It really help navigating the repos.  I would like to have a similar view capability when I go to https://stash/projects/<myproject>, instead of a single level hierarchy as it is right now.

The URI could include the category (or not for backward compatibility) so that the same repo is accessible via either

  ssh://git@stash/<org>/<repo>

or

  ssh://git@stash/<org>/<cat>/<repo>

 

1 answer

Hi,

 

I know it's been a while but I hope this might still help you and others who land on this.

 

There are two options that you could use for this:

- Bitbucket Data Center & Server has a Project feature which lets you group repositories and manage permissions for them in an aggregated way.

- Since the 5.13 version, it also possible to add labels to repositories (here are the release notes)

 

Cheers,
Caterina

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