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Arthur asked me if Subversion can be enabled in JIRA and it after playing a bit it seems to work!

I enabled JIRA for our project as shown on the following screenshot:

... after that I also found a nice plugin for TortoiseSVN (handy features). This plugin extends TortoiseSVN with JIRA support allowing to select issues instead of typing their names, so:

  1. Make sure to install SvnPluginInstall.msi.
  2. Enable it in TortoiseSVN using TortoiseSVN -> Settings -> Issue Tracker Integration. Click the "Add..." button and see if the provider "CSharpTest.Net.SvnPlugin.MyPlugin" appears. Type D:\src\delta-shell there or other path to you source code.

As result it should display a nice dialog showing list of JIRA issues.

Also it seems to work with filters defined in JIRA so we can define filter for every sprint!

Let's use it?

4 Comments

  1. Unknown User (lourens)

    it don't work

  2. It does work now. I have used it for a while now and I think it is very usefull, I like it!
    I can't do everything with it that I would like to. Eg now you can only assign it to someone else when you change the status(resolved, closed). Sometimes I don't want to change the status but assign to someone else anyway. Is that an option?

  3. Sadly this tool doesn't work with JIRA 7 anymore, because JIRA 7 doesn't work with Soap.