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Seeking Advice on Syntax Validation for Bitbucket UI Commits

Sanpo March 6, 2024

I've noticed a common issue in our workflow where minor changes made directly through the Bitbucket UI, such as modifying version numbers or release names, sometimes lead to pipeline failures due to missing syntax elements like braces or commas colons in the code.

Is there a way to implement syntax validation for Bitbucket UI commits? I'm looking for a solution that could help prevent these types of errors and streamline our development process.

Any advice or suggestions would be helpful

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Patrik S
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March 7, 2024

Hello @Sanpo and welcome to the Community!

Currently, Bitbucket Cloud does not provide a built-in feature for syntax validation for commits made through the UI. The functionality you are looking for is a common feature in Integrated Development Environments (IDEs).

It is recommended to make code modifications locally using an IDE. These tools are designed to help developers write code more efficiently by providing useful features such as syntax highlighting and real-time error detection, which can prevent the types of errors you've been encountering.

Once your changes have been validated and tested locally, you can then push your commits to Bitbucket. This approach should help to minimize errors and streamline your development process.

Thank you, @Sanpo !

Patrik S

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