Stash not calling webhook when repository deleted

I've configured a repository to use the post commit webhook to call my service. When I delete a repository it's not called. Do I need a different kind of webhook? Is this the intended design?

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Hi David,

That's the intended design. Generally commit webhooks are about ref changes (eg pushes, merges, etc), the creation and deletion of the repositories themselves is out of scope. I believe both Github and Bitbucket behave in the same way.

You would have to listen for the RepositoryDeletedEvent and send a different JSON payload indicating what happened.

public void onRepositoryDeletedEvent(RepositoryDeletedEvent event) {
    // TODO ....



Timothy Chin Community Champion Jan 18, 2014

Which means creating your own add on.

You're quite right. Sorry, I've been talking to David offline previously and I know he's created a fork of our webhook plugin.

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