I have a requirement to list all the public repositories(main not fork ones) through code.
I used rest api, which listed along with the project details. I want to list only repository details without limit.
Hi Raghavendra! Since you said you used the REST api I'm assuming you're on Bitbucket Cloud. I'm not sure what you mean by "I want to list only repository details without limit", though. Can you clarify what exactly you want to list, and what have you achieved so far so we can continue helping you?
The easiest way to get that list on Bitbucket Server (self-hosted) is to logout and then click on the top-left "Bitbucket" logo. All public repos are listed by default for non-logged-in users.
Alternatively, open up a private browser window, a.k.a. "incognito mode", navigate to your on-prem Bitbucket URL, ignore the login screen, and again click on the top-left "Bitbucket" logo.
Note: if your Bitbucket repo has zero public repos, then you will only see the login screen. Clicking on the top-left "Bitbucket" logo will simply take you back to the login screen. If you have at least one public repo, then clicking on the "Bitbucket" logo takes you to the list of public repos.
If you're looking for a way to do this via REST, let me know, I'll see if I can figure something out.
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