Git Snippets for Confluence
Include self-updating code snippets from Bitbucket and Github in Confluence - clean developer documentation without duplicate code
Embed code from your Github / Bitbucket repository
Embed whole files or just snippets (line ranges) from your repository in any Confluence page. The macro will always show the most recent version of your code: the line range will move along with your changes. Magic!
Render Markdown files directly in your page
Remember that you sometimes see these nicely structured and visually appealing README files on Github and Bitbucket? Show this rendered content automatically! Simply paste the repository URL into the macro!
Create step-by-step documentation with real code
With the Git snippet guide blueprint, you can create step-by-step how-tos and tutorials with real code from your Git or Bitbucket repository. Your documentation will self-update alongside your code changes!
Git Snippets allows you to include pieces of code from your Git repository in Confluence pages to create documentation, how-tos or tutorials. If your code changes (and code always changes!), your documents will stay up-to-date because Git Snippets always shows the most recent version. That is, whenever the snippet that you embed changes in your repository, the Confluence page will reflect these changes -- thanks to our smart line-range tracking algorithm!
Git Snippets includes a macro to show code from a Bitbucket or Github repository and a blueprint to help creating step-by-step guides with real code for developers.
NEW with version 2.5.0: You can now render Markdown files (such as a README.md) as HTML using the Git Snippets macro! Check out our blog post for more infos.
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