How can I link in a repository's wiki to a page in the source of the latest commit of a branch without having to update the link every time there is a new commit?
I'm not uploading commits from local every time right now because it's easier to just drag the new .dll's into dropbox where the link is static as long as the filename stays the same. Is there a static path to the latest commit page of the source for a repository?
Not really I already know how to create wiki pages and add links. The problem I have is that every time I do a commit the link to the page in the list of source files for a repository changes with a new long hashcode in the middle of it. So on a project where I do 100-200 changes a day it's impractical to have a link to a page in the sourcecode at all at the moment because it would kill my productivity to update it after every commit. I didn't know if there was something equivalent to "hxxxxxxxbitbucket.org/myteam/myrepository/src/%latestcommit%/foo/bin/release/?at=development
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