We are preparing to launch support for repositories hosted on Bitbucket cloud. With this release, you will be able to add a Bitbucket account to DeepSource, and perform code analysis on both public and private repositories on Bitbucket.
The release looks good from DeepSource’s end. We’re waiting for Atlassian Marketplace team to get back to us with an update on the status of the review.
Per my last conversation, it should be live early next week (June 15-19th, 2020).
Bitbucket support is now generally available - https://deepsource.io/blog/release-bitbucket/ for analysis. Support for Autofix is in the works.
Release post: https://deepsource.io/blog/release-bitbucket/
It’s a very good thing!
Bitbucket support released, it will be very using full for IT Professionals who are using Bitbucket. Deep Source continuously analyzes source code changes, finds and fixes issues categorized as security, performance, anti-patterns, and bug-risks. Deep Source integrates with GitHub/GitLab and runs analysis on every commit and pull request, discovers and fixes potential issues before they make it to production.
Thanks & Regards,