JIRA plugin for bazaar ?
dev.mansonthomas at gmail.com
Fri Oct 10 05:12:05 BST 2008
> Planned by whom ?
The bazaar community.Or maybe a dark and hidden master mind that secretely
rules bazaar and intends to rule the world anytime soon ;o)
>As I understand it, Jira is non-free software, so I
>don't know what the Bazaar project could do about it.
Anyone have access to the dev kit and can write a plugin for JIRA.
Anyone coding some open source project can have all Atlassian products for
free. I've got myself a licence for JIRA/Confluence/Fisheye (and other tools
on demand) for a project.
>What would such a plugin actually do?
The plugin will allow you to link an issue (bug tracking ticket, feature
request ticket) to all the code that actually fix/implement it over the
time. (as there is such integration with track or bugzilla for Bazaar or CVS
or GIT or Mercurial)
Look at this screenshot, table at the bottom :
or this one :
Fisheye is a product bought by Atlassian a year (or two) ago, to view the
CVS activity through a web interface.
Hi found these products awsome, even if it's non open source products. (it
can happen ;)
I'm not related to Atlassian in anyway. It just happen that I use these
tools at works (along with confluence too), really enjoy the experience, and
so, use it at home for my own projects.
On Fri, Oct 10, 2008 at 02:29, Ben Finney <
bignose+hates-spam at benfinney.id.au <bignose%2Bhates-spam at benfinney.id.au>>wrote:
> "Thomas Manson" <dev.mansonthomas at gmail.com> writes:
> > Does any body knows if a Jira plugin is planned for bazaar ?
> Planned by whom? As I understand it, Jira is non-free software, so I
> don't know what the Bazaar project could do about it.
> What would such a plugin actually do?
> \ "The only tyrant I accept in this world is the still voice |
> `\ within." —Mahatma Gandhi |
> _o__) |
> Ben Finney
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