Specify a specifc branch in a reference
I was trying:
But the ? was transformed %3F
So maybe there is another on how I can specify a branch with the source referencing?
#2 Updated by Etienne Massip about 10 years ago
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#4 Updated by Anonymous about 10 years ago
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Sorry I wasn't clear enough, but with my git repository it doesn't work the syntax you are suggesting.
For example in my case I would be able to do
It opens the link but I get the following error:
404 The entry or revision was not found in the repository. Back
#6 Updated by Gaspard van Koningsveld about 9 years ago
I found the solution to link to a file in a specific branch of the linked git repository:
Simply replace branch_name by the name of the specific branch and replace the path of the file at the end.
You must put the quotes around the path, otherwise the .. will not be parsed correctly.