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TortoiseSVN Plugin

by CSharpTest.Net for JIRA Server 3.0 - 5.0.7
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    TortoiseSVN Plugin

    Getting Started…

     
    1. Install the Software

    To install visit the  project home on goolge code and  download the installer. After the installation you can verify the correct registration by going to TortoiseSVN -> Settings -> Issue Tracker Integration. Click the "Add…" button and see if the provider "CSharpTest.Net.SvnPlugin.MyPlugin" appears.

     

    If not, try running %SystemRoot%\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v2.0.50727\RegAsm.exe with the full path to the SvnPlugin.dll file that was installed.

     
    2. Enable Jira SOAP

     
    3. Configure Subversion

    see  this aticle for details, but the basics are as follows:
    goto TortoiseSVN -> Properties on the root (/trunk) of your repository and add the following properties:

     

    • bugtraq:append = false
    • bugtraq:label = Defect {PREFIX}-
    • bugtraq:logregex = {Regular express match of defect ids}
    • bugtraq:message = {PREFIX}-%BUGID%
    • bugtraq:number = true
    • bugtraq:url = http://jira:8080/browse/{PREFIX}-%BUGID%

     
    Once this is complete, you will need to a new entry specific to this plugin…

    • jira:url = http://jira:8080

     
    At this point you can check in with the comment dialog from the command-line svn.exe by setting an environment variable:

    SET SVN_EDITOR=C:\Progra~1\CSharpTest.Net\SvnPluginInstall\SvnEditor.exe

     
    4. Configure TortoiseSVN

    Now that we have all this configured we need to tell TortoiseSVN to use this comment dialog. To do this goto TortoiseSVN -> Settings -> Issue Tracker Integration and click the "Add…" button. Select the provider "CSharpTest.Net.SvnPlugin.MyPlugin", Enter the base path at which you want to use this editor for checkins ("C:\" works just fine, or set it to your checkout directory). If you did not specify the  jira:url svn property, you can provide the root URL to your Jira installation as the "Parameters" entry. I don't recommend this since it will not work with the command-line version and no other team-mates will benefit from the provisioning.

     
    5. Enjoy

    You should now be able to check-in/commit and see the button "Jira Issues" just under the bugtraq defect id entry.
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    User reviews

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    by Jeffrey Abbott on 23 Nov 2014
    Hi Guys, I'm trying to use this plugin with Jira 6.3. I haven't performed step 3 except then mentioning JIRA URL as I want to just get all the issues from JIRA. But its not working for me , although I can see the "JIRA ISSUE" tab on the right upper corner of commit box but when I click on it doesnt list down any issues. Can somebody enlighten me about this . Thanks, KD
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    by Richard Buchanan on 16 Aug 2012
    Sounds great. Few questions. (1) Will you be supporting Jira 5.1 (2) What version of Tortoise does it support (3) Is this still live because all the documentation links are broken.
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    by Loïs Bégué on 14 May 2012
    @Gustavo: e.g. something like ([Bb]ug|[Dd]ev):? #?\d+(, ?#?(\d+))* where the so called (Tortoise) Bug-Id expression is set to (\d+)
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    by Gustavo Sainz on 02 May 2012
    What should be configured in bugtraq:logregex = {Regular express match of defect ids} any examples would help me started
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    by Mteheran on 16 Oct 2011
    states resolved and closed does not work, never let me close or resolve the problem someone else is wrong? I have JIRA 1.4 vr
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    Release notes

    version 2.11.125.710JIRA Server 3.0 - 5.0.7

    2.0 Release

    Installation

    1. Log into your JIRA instance as an admin.
    2. Click the admin dropdown and choose Add-ons. The Manage add-ons screen loads.
    3. Click Find new add-ons from the left-hand side of the page.
    4. Locate TortoiseSVN Plugin via search. Results include add-on versions compatible with your JIRA instance.
    5. Click Install to download and install your add-on. If your add-on cannot be installed directly into your application, you may be prompted to download.
    6. You're all set! Click Close in the Installed and ready to go dialog.

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