Content-Disposition header

Jakub Wilk avatarJakub Wilk created an issue

Uploads fail, because bitbucket now requires Content-Disposition header.

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  1. zedxxx

    Exactly. This part of raw http header must be like:

    Content-Disposition: form-data; name="Content-Disposition"
    
    attachment; filename=%you_file_name%
    
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