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From Rick McGuire <>
Subject Re: Linking commits and tickets
Date Tue, 21 Aug 2012 13:32:37 GMT
On Tue, Aug 21, 2012 at 9:22 AM, Tim Van Steenburgh <
> wrote:

>  Hi Rick,
> You can link to a ticket from a commit message (or any markdown-parsed
> text) with a link like: [#1234] (where 1234 is the ticket number).

How does this work when the project has multiple trackers set up?  For
example, we have one tracker system for Bugs and a separate one for Feature
Requests (this is a migrated sourceforge project).  Using, for example,
[#1] is ambiguous, since there are #1 tickets in two different trackers.


> Most artifacts, if linked to, will automatically link back to the
> referrer. Commit messages are an exception (at the moment - this will be
> fixed eventually). So, when you link to something (a ticket, for example)
> from a commit message, that ticket will not automatically link back to the
> commit. But, you can link to the commit manually with:
> [b58f38] (first 6 chars of git or hg commit hash), or
> [r32] (svn revision number)
> HTH,
> --
> Tim Van Steenburgh
> On Tuesday, August 21, 2012 at 8:43 AM, Rick McGuire wrote:
> The Wiki lists being able to link commits and tickets together, but I've
> not found anything that describes how to enable/use this feature.  Is this
> something that happens automatically, or do you just use markdown to
> include links to the ticket item in the commit comments?
> Rick
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