Bitbucket Support

ClickDeploy now supports connecting to Bitbucket repositories, in addition to GitHub. When you add an org, simply select Bitbucket in the Type dropdown. Give your repo a name and proceed with authorization. Upon successful authorization, the Git Repository dropdown will list all the repositories that you have access to. Select a repo, click Save and you should be ready to deploy from and to this Bitbucket repository.

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Ability to select source directory

Previously, ClickDeploy mandates that all source repositories must store metadata source in a folder named "project". Per our user requests, you can now customize this and select the source folder to match your specific directory structure. When you create a new git org, the default value for Source Folder is "/project".

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Salesforce DX Git Commit Bug

Previously when committing changes to a DX repository with multiple packages, the XML merge contains white space and newline character at the end. This bug should be fixed in this release.

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