How to connect a bitbucket wiki to jira

I've followed the instructions here and they worked well. However, now I created a wiki with my bitbucket repo.. and I would like additions to the wiki to go through the same PR process as any coding issue would.

notice how the repos are called:

main repo: 

https://username@bitbucket.org/company/repo.git

wiki repo:

https://username@bitbucket.org/company/repo.git/wiki

which is great. However when I refresh the accounts in my JIRA DVCS panel, the wiki repo doens't show.. and so my smart commits on the wiki repo doesn't appear on the pertaining jira issues.

How do I solve this?

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Hi Abdullah, I'm afraid what you're asking for it's not posible. A wiki is like a submodule inside the main repo, it doesn't have its own webhooks or links (from repo settings) like normal repos do, so they can not be linked with Jira.

If you'd like, you can submit your idea as a Feature request in our issue tracker by clicking on Create issue.

Let us know if you have any questions!

Cheers,

Ana

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