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From Dain Sundstrom <>
Subject Re: How to identify a JIRA with a patch.
Date Tue, 01 Nov 2005 22:53:36 GMT

Geronimo and Geronimo-dev issues now have a custom "Patch" field at  
the bottom of the issue.  Here is a report: 

Now I'll try to figure out the security issue raised by brett.


On Nov 1, 2005, at 2:37 PM, Joe Bohn wrote:

> I like this suggestion for when you only want to pull up a list of  
> JIRAs that have patches attached (very creative).
> One of the other things I was hoping to use this for was to look at  
> a release, component, whatever .... and see how many potential  
> fixes we already had and how many are still "untouched". It would  
> also be a good way for non-committers to see what items are open  
> and waiting for attention. We could do the inverse of the "patch"  
> search but it would be nice to see both types in one view with some  
> differentiation.
> Joe
> Brett Porter wrote:
>> Not as far as I know. I'm tracking a JIRA ticket at Atlassian for the
>> ability to detect the existence of an attachment, but that stiff
>> doen't designate if its a patch unfortunately.
>> In our project we just query for "patch" in any of the text  
>> fields. We
>> generally find that people type that somewhere when attaching it.
>> - Brett
>> On 11/2/05, Joe Bohn <> wrote:
>>> Is there any way to get a view of JIRAs that have files(patches)  
>>> attached?
>>> If not, can we begin some kind of convention?  I noticed that  
>>> some folks
>>> have added (Patch) to the start of the title for a few JIRAs.  Do  
>>> you
>>> think that would be helpful?
>>> I image it must be a pain for the committers to get a view of the
>>> available patches.
>>> Any other suggestions?  Anybody how other projects manage this?
>>> Joe

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