markdown, set variable for current user

Does Stash provide a way to display the current logged in user in the markdown?

When I create a new repository in stash there is a readme like file where is has the current logged in user displayed. Is this functionality available in markdown?




    git clone

if I was logged into stash I would see this instead

    git clone

if Joe Smith was logged into stash he would see this instead

    git clone


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Hi Phill,

Neat idea, but that isn't currently a feature of Stash's markdown renderer. The default screen for a new repository that you see is a soy template that ships with Stash, not a markdown file.

However if you're interested in such a feature I'd recommend raising a feature request with a description of your use case over at in the Stash project.



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