Better Commit Policy for Jira (Git, Subversion and more!)
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Verify the changes committed to Git, Bitbucket, GitHub, GitLab, Subversion & Mercurial against configurable rules
Work securely with check-in requirements
Verify the commit message, the changed files, the committer, the affected branches and tags before a commit is accepted.
Combine conditions and limit those to branches or directories.
Easy change control, fast code reviews & audits
Implement processes for compliance with industry standards & regulations.
Establish development workflows for consistent repository, code & history.
Enforce traceability between Jira issues and code changes.
For Git, Bitbucket, GitHub, Subversion & Mercurial
Most Version Control Systems and all Operating Systems are supported.
Keep strict quality standards for your production code & data regardless of your environment.
Better Commit Policy checks the changes committed to your Version Control System against a set of configurable rules (the commit policy). When the policy is not satisfied, the commit is rejected. Rejected commits can then be "fixed" and re-committed.
- Improved change control over your source code
- Easier compliance with regulations (story)
- Faster code reviews
- Efficient code audits
- Bi-directional traceability between source code changes and Jira issues
- Clear commit history
✔️ Available checks:
- Commit to issue link
- Commit message
- Change files
- Branch name
- Branch to issue link
- Tag name
- ... and more!
Supported Version Control Systems:
- 🔥 Git + Git local!
- Bitbucket (Server & Data Center) + Bitbucket Cloud
- GitLab + GitLab Cloud
- ... and any other VCS using the REST API and custom hook scripts!
➕ Connect your VCS, Slack, Twilio, email, CI/CD and custom scripts to Jira workflows with our DevOps automation app!
Manage commit policies centrally in Jira. Commit policies can be specific to one Jira project or can be shared by multiple projects (and multiple VCS repositories) for ultimate flexibility. See: https://bit.ly/3u5fFlF