Bitbucket is a hosted service, there isn't a downloadable version to install on your own servers. You might be thinking of Atlassian Stash for a self-hosted git repo management system (similar to Bitbucket)?
Or are you looking for Sourcetree, which is the Git and Mercurial client that runs on Mac OS X?
thanks for your reply!
Sorry, my ask is incorrect.... i'm looking a client for Bitbucket, but i reed this post https://answers.atlassian.com/questions/17245 when as been writted SourceTree not work in my old OSX. I try, but this not work. i think i update my mac or i try use Atlassian Stash.
Hi Luca, Sorry that SourceTree won't work on your Mac running Mac OS 10.5.8. Unfortunately Stash isn't a substitute for SourceTree. Stash isn't a client, but another server application for managing git repositories behind the firewall. Perhaps, if you're comfortable with the command line in the terminal, you can still use git and Bitbucket using the command line. We've got a tutorial site here - https://www.atlassian.com/git/tutorials/setting-up-a-repository . Otherwise you might be able to find other GUI applications that might be compatible with Mac OS X 10.5.
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