How can I view the message of annotated git tags on bitbucket Edited

 Background

I'm a huge fan of having my devs record everything they've worked on on each release. Naturally, each release would correspond to a git tag. In Github they would simply state the issues/tickets they've worked on on each git tag, and Github would have a section called tags/releases that would display all such release notes..

 

Question

with Bitbucket, I've tried two different ways to create annotated git tags

 

1. using command line

git tag -a "v0.0.1" -m "%release notes%"

 

2. using bitbucket GUI:

Screen Shot 2017-10-02 at 11.30.16 AM.png

 

both cases created annotated git commits (as I can tell using cli again):

 

$ git tag
v1.0.0
v1.0.1

$ git show v1.0.1
tag v1.0.1
Tagger: Abdullah Bakhach <abdullah.bakhach@gmail.com>
Date: Mon Oct 2 11:03:47 2017 +0300

release 1.0.1

done issues AD-424, AD-422
please download apk at http://www.bbc.com/news

 

but then I have _no way_ of accessing this stuff on bitbucket's UI:

 

abbood1515 _ sandbox _ Commits — Bitbucket 2017-10-02 11-12-14.png

help!

 

 

1 answer

You may find this add-on helpful. We were happy with it.

Replaces tag tooltips with more robust dialogue box.

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