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REST Api - getting commits of branch with multiple path elements Edited


I'm trying to get commits for a branch the is names: "releases/version_1.0.0"

According to the docs, we can get commits on rev by:

GET /repositories/{workspace}/{repo_slug}/commits/master


trying to get GET /repositories/{workspace}/{repo_slug}/commits/releases/version_1.0.0 returns an error as it counts version_1.0.0 as a commit on branch releases.


Is there a way to solve this issue?



Sorry, this is working fine: /repositories/{workspace}/{repo_slug}/commits/releases/version_1.0.0 


Thank you very much,


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It appears that  using the branch name is working, even with path elements.

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