Crowdin’s integration with Bitbucket makes source and translation files synchronized with Bitbucket repository and Crowdin translation project. All translated and approved files will be automatically pushed as a pull request to the l10n branch in Bitbucket repository.
Open Project Settings, Integrations tab in Crowdin, click Set Up Integration in the Bitbucket section.
Authorize the connection with Crowdin on the Bitbucket side:
After the successful authorization, you will be redirected back to Project Settings, Integrations tab in Crowdin. In the newly appeared pop-up, continue the process of integration setup selecting necessary repository and branches that should be translated.
It is recommended to switch the duplicated strings handling to the Show (Recommended for versions) setting, so equal strings will be hidden across the branches.
When translations are finished and your languages are ready to go live, Crowdin sends pull request with translations to your version control system. For every branch that is under localization, Crowdin creates additional service branch with translations. We do not commit directly to master, so that you have a chance to verify translations and keep your app safe and sound.
By default, l10n_ is added to the created service branch name. If necessary it can be easily changed.
When you set up the integration you select existing repository branches that should be added to the Crowdin project. To add future branches from Bitbucket to Crowdin automatically, create a pattern for the branch names. If a branch name follows a certain pattern, it will be automatically added to Crowdin.
For example, you add a pattern *feature in the Bitbucket integration settings. In this case, the future branches that contain this word at the end of the title will be added to the project.
To add a pattern for branch names, follow these steps:
To get the integration working, you have to specify which source files should be translated and how Crowdin should structure translated files in your repository. In case, you see a red icon with an exclamatory mark next to the service branch name, this means that you didn’t choose content for synchronization.
There are two ways to do that: configuring online, or manually, creating a configuration file.
This procedure is the same for all integrations with version control systems (VCS). Check VCS Integrations: Configuring Online to get to know how to select content for synchronization online.
Configuration file crowdin.yaml should be stored in the Bitbucket repository along with each separate branch that you want to translate, so Crowdin knows what files exactly should be sent for translations.
It should has the same structure as required for Synchronization Tool, but project’s credentials should not be stored in the file’s header for the security reasons. Read more about creating a configuration file.
Once the integration is set up, all the related information is stored in the Project Settings, Integrations tab, Bitbucket section.
By default, synchronization is processed every 10 minutes automatically. If there’s a need to launch it instantly – click Sync Now.
To configure the synchronization schedule – click Edit and choose the update interval.