I'd like to add some "markup" to my commits on bitbucket(e.g. bullet-lists and in-line code like ``SomeClass``).
Is it possible to do that? And if yes, which markup can be used? I tried to look at bitbucket 101 and related documentation but this is not mentioned(or I couldn't find where it is explained).
I tried using the same markup of the issue-tracker but it does not work, the commit message is rendered literally.
I don't think that this is available yet, as Mary mentioned only makrups to link issues, and trigger actions on JIRA tickets are available for now, however there's a similar feature request that you can vote for:
Hope it helps.
You can only use the Bitbucket markdown; regular standard markdown doesn't work. So, you can created a commit messsage like this:
I fixed issue #345 in this set of code.
The issue #345 will be linked in the code. You can only refer to objects within the repo you are committing to. So, for the dvcsproject repo, you can refer to issues, other pull requests, and other commits.
You can mention other Bitbucket users.
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