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I have a project on Bitbucket which has to do with XPath expressions. That's why I often need to include the @ character into the description of my issues in the Bitbucket tracking system, followed by an identifier. Bitbucket, however, replaces every occurence of a @ sign followed by a user name with a link to that user.

How do I prevent Bitbucket from performing these substitutions, i.e. how do I escape the @ sign? I haven't found a word about this in the related sections of the documentation.

  • Have you tried \@? – fuxia Jun 15 '13 at 12:28
  • I have but it didn't work. – Dušan Rychnovský Jun 15 '13 at 14:24
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I managed to workaround the same problem by enclosing an expression in code syntax, using the backtick (`).

`book[/bookstore/@specialty=@style]`

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