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For Bitbucket Cloud is it possible to keep the repo URL taxonomy consistent across versions? Some setting that can be configured to pin this down to a consistent path across versions, for example:
In Bitbucket Cloud, the URL structure for accessing files in a repository is relatively consistent across branches. The only part that varies is the <branch_name> in the URL. To access a specific file within a branch, you can use the following URL structure:
https: //bitbucket. org/<org>/<repo>/src/<branch_name>/<file_path>
However, when browsing files in Bitbucket Cloud, the URL will also include a commit hash or a reference ID. This is to ensure that the content displayed is associated with a specific commit, even if the branch changes over time. The URL will look like this:
https: //bitbucket. org/<org>/<repo>/src/<commit_hash_or_reference_id>/<file_path>? at=<branch_name>
Unfortunately, there is no built-in setting in Bitbucket Cloud to change this behaviour or simplify the URL structure.
If you need a consistent URL format for automation or external tools, you can use the Bitbucket Cloud REST API. For example, to access a file in a specific branch, you can use the following API endpoint:
https: //api. bitbucket. org/2.0/repositories/<org>/<repo>/src/<branch_name>/<file_path>
Using the REST API ensures a consistent URL structure when accessing files in different branches.