Is there a means by which to link to code found in git?

I'm not really a nube but I'd like to start asking questions here so I can get more out of our Atlassian products as I'm quite fond of them.

So we have gitbucket not bitbucket.  Is there a specific means by which I can link to, for example, a Java class stored in Git? None of my searches have turned anything like that up.

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Hi Jim,

The closest thing I've found to what you're trying to do comes from the knowledge base article Hyperlinking to source code in BitBucket and you'd use a URI such as the following:

{+bitbucket}{/owner, repository_name}/src{/commitish}{/filepath}{?fileviewer}{#fileline}

Take a look at the knowledge base article Hyperlinking to source code in BitBucket to see if that works for you.

Cheers,

Branden

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