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Issue #7749 resolved

RSS has invalid description layout (BB-8908)

Marcus Bertrand
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  1. Ville Saalo

    In my newsfeed (the RSS stream that you find from https://bitbucket.org/dashboard/overview) there's an item with this description:

    <description> <a href="https://bitbucket.org/Kuitsi">Kuitsi</a> <b>commented on</b> <a href="https://bitbucket.org/thomas_pfeiffer/bitbeaker/commits/dd65e9eabcba7197ab6439ff967d4c8e#comment-328454">dd65e9e</a> in <a href="bitbeaker">bitbeaker</a> </description>

    Notice the bolded and italicized part: the href attribute points to an URL that does not exist. It's just the repo slug, not a fully qualified URL. It should be "http://bitbucket.org/saibotd/bitbeaker" instead.

    I suspect this may happen whenever the description contains a linked SHA1 code.

  2. Juha Kuitunen

    It is still happening. Look at the last link which has only repo name in href. The problem seems to appear in <item> where someone comments on commits.

      <description>
        &lt;a href=&quot;https://bitbucket.org/dgyuri&quot;&gt;dgyuri&lt;/a&gt; &lt;b&gt;commented on&lt;/b&gt;
    
    
        &lt;a href=&quot;https://bitbucket.org/dgyuri/bitbeaker/commits/c7123efc704ca95b34c8e73d83bd079a#comment-769802&quot;&gt;c7123ef&lt;/a&gt;
    
      in &lt;a href=&quot;bitbeaker&quot;&gt;bitbeaker&lt;/a&gt;
      </description>
    
  3. Ville Saalo

    Yeah, not working for me either. The key is that someone needs to have commented a commit. Commenting on issues seems to produce links that work just fine (like they used to).

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