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I evaluated Bitbucket online, after installing the bitbucket server on premise however i seem to be

Robin Vincent Jun 23, 2017

The interface looks totally different and i am missing commits branch and all kinds of other items in the left colum in the repository page ?

How to get the bitbucket server on premise install to look the same and act the same as the online tril verison ?

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Nic Brough [Adaptavist] Community Leader Jun 23, 2017

Cloud and Server products are different products, and are diverging.

You won't get Server to look like Cloud for a long time - we don't know when (or if) Atlassian are going to move Server installations to more Cloud like layouts

 

Robin Vincent Jun 23, 2017

Hi thanks for the anwser,

 

I guess one of the big things i need iis the "New File" button in the source page.

 

Do you know of anyway to get this in the server version ?

G. Sylvie Davies [bit-booster.com] Community Leader Jun 23, 2017

Personally, over the last two years I've found Bitbucket cloud & server are getting closer.  But the minor (and sometimes major) differences between them are a source of confusion and frustration.

There are some server add-ons you can install to narrow the gap a little:

Mohamicorp's paid add-on, "Power Editor for Bitbucket", should let you upload new files from your browser.

My own paid add-on, "Bit-Booster Rebase / Squash for Bitbucket" gives you the commits graph to make things a little more like cloud bitbucket.   While my add-on is paid, the commit graph it draws on the "commits" screen remains fully functional even if you never buy a license.

The free "Commit Graph" add-on is also worth checking out.  After installing it try clicking on the "Network" icon on the far-left menu.  

 

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