Hi guys, is there a way to get information about all commits, that are part of one push's event payload sent by Bitbucket webhook? According to https://confluence.atlassian.com/bitbucket/event-payloads-740262817.html#EventPayloads-Push there can be only up to five latest commits in one event payload. Can this be "bypassed" somehow?
Or is there a way to get hash (or its parent's hash) of the oldest commit in one push, so I can get this information manually using 'git rev-list [oldest commit's hash]^..[newest commit's hash]' ?
I'am doing some custom CI testing and I need all the info I can get, without counting commits in my mind.
Thanks in forward for Your answer!
We just switched from the old POST mechanism for publishing our git push commands to slack, over to the new webhook mechanism. Now after changing to the newer version, which was supposed to be an improvement, we have lost functionality. We only see the latest 5 commits, while we before didn't seem to have a limit. We should be able to configure the payload size.
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