How to serve repo files in browser?

I am new to repos so I am probably using the wrong terminology, but how can I load the files I push to the repo directly into the browser, I mean for Stash to serve them to the client as a webpage? For example if I push an .html file, how can I set up Stash so that it can serve that file in the browser if it was called?

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Hi Acidking,

I'm afraid that currently isn't possible in Stash to avoid XSS. See my answer here:

https://answers.atlassian.com/questions/230967/how-to-serve-html-from-stash-with-the-correct-mime-type

As I mention it would be possible to write a custom plugin to do this if you like. Alternatively, it may be that you want to "publish" an entire repository as a website, in which case you might want to think about having a CI build (eg Bamboo) that copies the files to another server on each push.

Cheers,

Charles

Hi Acidking,

You might be interested in the following feature request - please vote if you're still interested:

https://jira.atlassian.com/browse/STASH-4099

Cheers,

Charles

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