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From "Andy Kurth (JIRA)" <>
Subject [jira] [Commented] (INFRA-6785) svngit2jira for VCL
Date Tue, 24 Sep 2013 20:37:03 GMT


Andy Kurth commented on INFRA-6785:

Thanks for the quick turnaround!  Can it be modified so that the only text added to each Jira
issue is the section in the svn comment starting with that issue's ID up to the next issue
ID?  For example, see:

It would be nice if the comment only contained:
Renamed global Jabber variables in to upper-case to match all other global variables.

Reworked and cleaned up the INIT section of The global variables were defined twice.
Some variables were no longer being used.

> svngit2jira for VCL
> -------------------
>                 Key: INFRA-6785
>                 URL:
>             Project: Infrastructure
>          Issue Type: Task
>            Reporter: Andy Kurth
>            Assignee: Daniel Gruno
> Thank you very much for creating svngit2jira!
> Which project is interested in this service: VCL
> Is the project in agreement on using this? Yes, see
> What JIRA name does your project use? VCL
> Do you use git or subversion: subversion
> How would you like commits to trigger an update of a JIRA ticket:
> Any commit message containing VCL-xxx on its own line should trigger a commit.  Commit
messages may contain multiple sections which correspond to different Jira issues.  The sections
are split up by the VCL-xxx lines, or possibly the word "Other":
> ----------------------------------
> VCL-123
> Updated foo
> VCL-456
> Updated bar
> yadda
> Other
> Fixed typo
> ----------------------------------
> This example would add "Updated foo" to VCL-123 and "Updated bar...yadda" to VCL-456.
 "Fixed typo" would not be added to any issue.  I'd greatly prefer if it didn't add the entire
message to both Jira issues, only the section up to the next VCL-xxx or Other line.
> It would be handy if the same commit text could be added to multiple Jira issues if the
following syntax is used:
> ----------------------------------
> VCL-123 VCL-456
> Added blah subroutine used by foo and bar
> VCL-789
> Added gizmo
> ----------------------------------
> This example would add "Added blah" to VCL-123 and VCL-456, and "Added gizmo" to VCL-789.

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