Add repository from Bitbucket? Resolving issues via commits feature

Hi there, I’m keen to make use of the ‘Resolving issues via commits’ feature and other recent additions mentioned in https://blog.sentry.io/2017/05/01/release-commits.html
From what I can tell when on the ‘Repositories’ tab of the Settings page for my project-in-question, the drop down button ‘Add Repository’ only shows GitHub listed. Is there a plan for being able to add repositories directly from Bitbucket there as well?
Many thanks!

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Not only Bitbucket, but also Gitlab and self-hosted git repo’s would be very nice.

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+1 for Bitbucket repos. Blocking us from embracing Sentry atm.

or plain git report might also be good start, maybe not as integrated as github and friends, but still…
(btw, i use gitlab too )

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Yeah I use GitLab and would love the ability to add in my repository from there

+1 for bitbucket and other repo support, but mainly bitbucket.

It’ll be great if sentry can provide a way to sync commit messages with general git repositories, integrate through service level is nice to have but not necessary, especially when it comes to self-hosted GitLab or Bitbucket, there would be too much hassle situations to deal with.

Another Bitbucket user here.

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Ben from Sentry here. We have plans to add other repository providers soon-ish. I recommend subscribing to our blog for updates / keeping an eye out for announcements.

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+1 for GitLab or just any git url

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Please add integration to AWS CodeCommit too

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With all our repositories in AWS CodeCommit, it’d be superb to have repo integration with that.

We might be able to cobble together some degree of commit tracking through Jenkins & the web hooks, but not everything gets a jenkins build, whereas everything is version controlled in CodeCommit.