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How do I set the Auto-unapprove setting for my repos using API 1.0 Edited

My company is running a version of Bitbucket that uses API v1.0. I have been able to create my repos from the API. I then load these new hosted repos from mirrored clones from another Git host. Lastly, I need to set the value to the Pull Request Auto-unapprove setting, but I can't figure out what the format of my URI should be or the resource to use in the data brackets. See my example below:

curl -u user:passwd PUT -H "Content-Type application/json" -d '{"resource": "value"}'

The unknowns are:

  • resource=
  • value=
  • setting-value=

This URL points to the same issue, but it doesn't fully answer my question.


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