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Trigger Pipeline on Wiki update

I would like to trigger a pipeline action when any commit is made to a repository wiki page. Is there a way to track when commits hit the wiki for a repository from within a bitbucket pipeline?

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Syahrul Atlassian Team Mar 20, 2022

Hi @Michael Lloyd 

Welcome to the community.

I believe it's not possible to trigger a pipeline when a new commit in the repositories wiki page was made. We don't have a feature to trigger this since Wiki is not used with CI/CD in general.

However, if needed can you give me a used case of why you wish to have this, and I can create a feature request on behalf of you.

I look forward to hearing from you.


We use Atlassian as a department, but our organization has a github organization for public repositories. Our development is done in Bitbucket, but is then mirrored to the public Git repo. It would be nice to be able to mirror changes made to the Bitbucket repo to Github. For now, I may just maintain the Github wiki as the repo of note.



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