Missing total count of commits in repository (BB-9097)

Issue #7928 open
Eliazer Braun
created an issue

For the commits view In the pagination It used to say the count and the total commits

Comments (41)

  1. Eliazer Braun reporter

    I am referring that in the UI (user interface) The total count (pagination count visual aid) is missing... there is ONLY two arrows next and previous without reference to the index of the commit

  2. Brandon Martel

    Was this ever rectified? I found myself looking around like I was crazy, thinking I was overlooking where the total commit count went. Now that I know it is not there, and I'm not crazy, it would be very helpful to have that metric shown to me (in any capacity) from the repository view.

  3. lordpsyan NA

    I have to agree. github shows number of commits, and I think where the overview page shows last commit time, it should also show total commits. It lets me know how often people are working on a repo, quickly.

  4. Manas N

    Bitbucket is a great tool! And after some searching about viewing total number of commits, I am here. Total number of commits in the web UI. Yes, please!

  5. ppetrov

    +1 Not really super important, but I'd like to see this working as well.

    Seems to kind of boost developers' confidence when they see the amount of commits stacking up in a project. ;)

  6. gitsense

    Just an FYI.

    We are going to start beta trials in a week or two for our GitSense technology, which addresses this issue. Below is a screenshot of what it looks like: .

    bitbucket-commits-num-commits.png .

    It will also tell you how many changes there are and if want to, you can navigate the changes in tree form. Note files/folders in gray, means they have been deleted. And the numbers beside the files, indicates the number of revisions, i.e. changes.


    You can learn more about GitSense at http://gitsense.bitbucket.org and to participate in the beta trial, send an email to privatebeta@gitsense.com


  7. gitsense


    My post has created confusion in another issue and I sort of get the vibe that this post might have done the same.

    GitSense is not an Atlassian product/feature. GitSense provides a third party solution to this to this problem. To use it, you can participate in the free beta trial that will begin in a week or two.

    Sorry for any confusion my post might have created.


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