Is it possible to reference an image in source control (FishEye/Crucible) from a Confluence Page?

I would like to be able to display an image that is contained in source control (for example an SVG image) within a Confluence page in the same fashion as a trac image link using the [[Image(source:/repo/path/image.svg]] syntax (see

This would allow us to maintain images in our current source control and always refer to the current version in our documentation, rather than having to update attached images as a separate process.

Is this functtionality provided, or what alternatives are there that would provide similar capabilities?

Many Thanks

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I like to see the same functionality using a github repository.

Hi Tim,

If there is a web front end to your repo the following should work:

!<path to remote image>!



You should be able to use images of any format, but whether they display or not will depend on your browser.

Does that help?


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