It would be a great addition to be able to use Bitbucket with cloud scripting for version control.
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I agree, Bitbucket, unlike guthub, can have free private <git> repositories.
Any news on this?
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+1 Bitbucket integration would be nice for those who need it.
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While I agree this should exist(Like 5 months ago) I encourage everyone with workflow enhancing requests to not wait for PlayFab and build out your own tools/integrations.
+1 it's very inconvenient to use a Github repo for your cloud code if your whole project and team are on Bitbucket
any news on this one? maybe custom git repo support, not only bitbucket/github?
Until we have something in development, with a confirmed release date, we do not speculate on upcoming releases. The problem with that is that if we say we think something will be available on a given date, someone's going to take a dependency on it - at which point if it slips, that means we endanger their title.
We will continue to post concerning upcoming and released features in our blog - I'd highly recommend keeping an eye on that as the source of the latest info for our platform: https://blog.playfab.com/blog
Me too! It would be great!
Is there any work being done on this? I would still really like it!!!!
This request has been open for almost 6 years. Any updates from PlayFab team?
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