Re: Jira ticket notification hook?
On Tue, Jan 12, 2010 at 1:53 PM, Aaron Turner <synfinatic_at_gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi Everyone,
> My company is moving from Trac (which has excellent SVN integration)
> to Jira which seems to be a bit lacking. One big issue is that we'd
> like people who are watching a ticket get a notification of the commit
> when a commit references that ticket. Jira doesn't seem to support
> that natively and most of our users don't want to be notified about
> *every* commit- just the commits referencing tickets they care about.
> I was hoping someone here was aware of a svn hook script which
> implements this feature?
> Aaron Turner
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As I recall, Jira has a subversion plugin that looks for Jira issue
numbers [e.g. FOO-123] in the body of the log message. Folks watching
the FOO-123 issue would receive a notification from Jira a few minutes
after the commit.
The Jira svn plugin is located at
Received on 2010-01-19 19:30:15 CET
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