A port of Dan Tao's SublimeBucket for vscode: Quickly find the pull request or issue that introduced a line of code.
Supports both Bitbucket Cloud and Bitbucket Server.
The following commands are available under "Bitbucket" from the context menu as well as the command palette. They are not assigned to keyboard shortcuts by default, but see the "Extension Settings" section below for instructions on how to do that.
Open Pull Request
Looks up the commit where the current line was last changed and opens the pull request where that change was introduced.
Looks up the commit where the current line was last changed and opens the issue in your issue tracker (e.g., in JIRA) with which that change is associated. Currently, JIRA and Bitbucket are supported. See the "Extension Settings" section below for more details.
Opens the commit where the current line was last changed in Bitbucket.
Opens the selected line(s) in Bitbucket, preserving all highlighted ranges. Ideal for sending someone a link to a code block.
You must have
Configure Issue Trackers
The Bitbucket issue tracker is configured by default. CodeBucket also supports JIRA, which requires some additional configuration:
Bitbucket issue keys are detected by looking for
Configure Bitbucket Server
Bitbucket Cloud needs no configuration. For Bitbucket Server, you need to configure the host names of your Bitbucket Server instances:
Configure Keyboard Shortcuts
No keyboard shortcuts are assigned by default, but if you use a command frequently, you can configure them in
The available commands are: