Issue #8700 wontfix

Auto synchronize with remote Git repositories (BB-9851)

Isaac Reid-Guest avatarIsaac Reid-Guest created an issue

Please could Bitbucket offer the ability of pushing every new version or commit to one or more other Git repositories. For example, every new version I release in my repo, it will automatically get pushed to Heroku. This would be very helpful for systematic backups and deployment, at a very simple level.

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  1. Marcus Bertrand

    This kind of work would be best hooked up with our POST hook and a listener on your end. Then you can script out synchronizing with any other provider you choose. We don't plan on adding this as a feature in Bitbucket.

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