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any user can commit and push their changes in repo who access to do so through ssh key of their system, and can set their user.name , user.email by using git config --global.
I want to restrict user from their user.email mention through git config --global
For Example: I want only those user can access and commit changes to the repo who has "@gmail.com" account and no other user can commit or can push any changes even through they have access through ssh key.
We can get the user.name and user.email from the logs.
I also wrote a python script for the same to use it in pre-webhook :
author = push_data['push']['changes']['commits']['author']['raw'] // parth
if(author.find('@gmail.com') < 0):
# Output: 'Harshit Goswami <email@example.com>'(author)
but this data is retrieve from log present in my local
how can i access and get user.name and user.email of the person who want to commit?
Hi @Harshit_Goswami003 and welcome to the community.
I'm afraid that Bitbucket Cloud does not support server-side hooks at the moment.
We have a feature request that you can vote for to express your interest: https://jira.atlassian.com/browse/BCLOUD-10471
Until this feature is implemented, you could use client-side hooks instead. Client-side hooks need to be added to the .git/hooks directory of a repo in a user's local clone: