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getting raw files from bitbucket server (or stash) server

I am making some trial with bitbucket server 4.0, which seems to be different from bitbucket cloud.
I should not expect they are the same, but wonder if I can do the follwing:

With bitbucket cloud, I can do the following. (Retrieve raw files and also if path ends with '/', list of files is returned){accountname}/{repo_slug}/raw/{revision}/{path}

Then how can I do the same with bitbucket server APIs?


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Hi Takashi,

You can do the equivalent in Bitbucket Server (Stash):{project}/repos/{repo}/browse/{path}?raw

Or if you want to retrieve a specific version identified by its commit hash (a ref, such as a tag or branch will work fine also):{project}/repos/{repo}/browse/{path}?at={commit hash}&raw


Is it possible to get raw file, not file wrapped in HTML

Same here, I tried adding "?raw" but it does not seem to be working (anymore)

Thank you for your comment.

Well, I found my question is a duplicate of below, that if I can use inhouse Bitbucket server in the way similar to when I use of github.


Is there a way to get the raw file from the private repsitory using oauth2.0 token?



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