Bitbucket Server 5.4 release notes
19 September 2017
If you are upgrading from an earlier version, check the Bitbucket Server upgrade guide. Be sure to check the End of support announcements for Bitbucket Server and the changes listed in the API changelog.
The Bitbucket 5.4 changelog is at the bottom of this page.
Webhooks are here!
You can now integrate with the tools of your choice using webhooks for Bitbucket Server, available now in 5.4.
Create webhooks for all sorts of events, including:
- Repo push
- Repo modified
- Pull request opened, merged, declined, or deleted
- Pull request status approved, unapproved or needs-work
- Commit comments added, deleted or edited
- Repository modified
Use webhooks to integrate applications with Bitbucket Server, such as:
- Every time a user pushes commits in a repository, you may want to notify your CI server to start a build.
- Every time a user pushes commits or creates a pull request, you may want to display a notification in your application.
Make contributing to your repository even easier
You can now add a markdown file to your repository with all your guidelines for contributions. Your clone dialog, create a pull request screen, and view pull request screen will then automatically display a link to this file.
Atlassian Troubleshooting and Support tool
We've changed the name of the Support Tools plugin to the Atlassian Troubleshooting and Support tool (ATST). You can still find the ATST in the Admin area of Bitbucket Server, under Support.
This section will contain information about the Bitbucket Server 5.4 minor releases as they become available. These releases will be free to all customers with active Bitbucket Server software maintenance.
If you are upgrading from an earlier version of Bitbucket Server, check the Bitbucket Server upgrade guide.
The issues listed below are the highlights of all those that have been resolved for the Bitbucket Server 5.4.x releases, and are ordered by votes received.
Bitbucket Server 5.4.5 was an internal release