URL to Bitbucket Raw File without commits


I'm looking for a way to link to a file on bitbucket (always the latest version from master branch)

But I can only find urls which contain also the commit, which I can't use.

Any idea?

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Hi Marcus,

You can replace the commit hash with the branch name. For example, I have a public repo at https://bitbucket.org/mbertrand80/public_test. If I click on the README of the repo on the sourcebrowser, I get a URL like https://bitbucket.org/mbertrand80/public_test/src/166a20379bc4/README?at=master. I can simplyswap the hash for the branch like https://bitbucket.org/mbertrand80/public_test/src/master/README.



almost correct... instead of src you can use raw... but looking at my question again I didn't made that clear.

Thanks for the fast answer.

Mike Howells Atlassian Team Nov 10, 2016

What if you know the tag (e.g. version) but not the branch?

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