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How to get a list of all commits from a push on a pre-receive hook using Bitbucket SPI API? Edited


We have an idea of creating a pre-receive hook handler using ScritpRunner, which would only allow a push (containing some specific entries in any commit), if there is a special entry in one of the commit messages within this push request.

With PreRepositoryHookCommitCallback I can read the changes content and a commit message, but only from within the current commit. Is there a way to access other commits from a specific push?


Here is a pseudocode of what we try to accomplish:

commitCallback =
new PreRepositoryHookCommitCallback() {

boolean onCommitAdded(@Nonnull CommitAddedDetails commitDetails) {

if (commit.refChanges.any( contains a string matching a pattern) && !allPushCommits.any( has a message containing a special entry) ){
resultBuilder.veto("not allowed")
return false

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Hi @Tomasz_Kmiecik ,

As a first suggestion I would try storing the commits (or just the commit messages, if that is what you are interested in) inside a global list.

Then call the onEnd() method to process the list.

For details see the JavaDoc for PreRepositoryHookCommitCallback here:

And it's parent class here:

Please let me know if this helps?


Robert Giddings,

Product Manager, Adaptavist

Hi @Robert Giddings _Adaptavist_ 
Thanks a lot for this suggestion. onEnd() method did the trick.

Kind regards,
Tomasz Kmiecik

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