We moved some of our companies repository to BitBucket. These repositories are grouped into projects.
We recognized that the repository URLs don't contain the project names by default, for example:
git clone email@example.com:<WORKSPACE_ID>/<REPO_NAME>.git
Hence, we are happy with BitBucket we would like to move the remaining repositories of other projects as well. For this reason we would like to have repository URL of the following format:
git clone firstname.lastname@example.org:<WORKSPACE_ID>/<PROJECT_NAME>/<REPO_NAME>.git
So far I couldn't find a way to change this behavior. What do I miss here?
Is this possible at all? If yes, may anyone help me with this?
Hi Mario and welcome to the community!
I'm afraid that it is not possible to include the project name in the URL of Bitbucket Cloud repos at the moment.
May I ask why you need that as part of the URL? Is it so you can tell which project the repo belongs to from the URL?
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Hi Theodora 😀
Thank you for the warm welcome.
Yeah, our major indent is to distinguish repositories by project.
The whole software department is working on several projects in parallel and some software developers are working on more than one project.
Furthermore, several projects contain repositories with identical names.
Due to the fact that BitBucket offers the concept of projects I thought there might be an opportunity to automatically integrate the project name in the repository URL.
Which I personally would prefer over manually extending the repository-name with something like a prefix.
Nevertheless, thanks for your answer.
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