Git Integration Plugin for JIRA

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View Git Commits in JIRA Issues and Projects + Code Review Inside JIRA

View your git commits inside of JIRA issues

Code Review Inside JIRA

Code Summary: What code changed?

View your git commits inside of JIRA to view commit comments, files changed, and authors.

Keep your JIRA issues moving through your development process while keeping your quality high by reviewing code inside JIRA. No other tools needed.

Quickly realize how much code an issue touched in the Git Summary view. This view rolls up all commits by file and developer and reports change statistics.

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by William Wynn on 13 Dec 2013
Simple and effective plugin that ties in well with lots of web Git applications. We've tied it into GitLab so we can pull up diffs in a jiffy.
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by Chao Yi on 07 Jan 2014
Great plugin, it's simpler than Fisheye and can satisfy most of my requirements. Although it needs a little bit more work in UI, I'm quite happy with it.
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by Ashok Manthina on 02 Jan 2014
Is it possible to associate a git repo at project level ? We have many separate git repos for each team who maintain different project. So it'd be good to be able to configure a git repo at project level instead at the global level.
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Vendor response

Hi Ashok - Right now the way it works is commits are associated only with the JIRA ticket (and project) that are tagged in the commit message. If you can email us at we would love to help you set up your git repository to work with your JIRA and see if we can resolve this for you. Cheers, Adam
by Yury Chernov on 18 Dec 2013
It works, thanks. But there is one issue. All git commit's comments which resemble JIRA issue key are displayed in the GIT COMMIT tab. Suppose the JIRA key is AA-1. And GIT comment is "commited new files in /home/dev/aa-1/something.jar". So, this commit is displayes in the GIT COMMITS tab but should not. Is it possible to customize git commits formats which will be parsed by JIRA? Something like #AA-1 instead of just AA-1 Please advise.
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Vendor response

Hi Yury, we are using a built-in JIRA function for this. I will add a feature in our internal JIRA to make this configurable in the future through a regular expression instead. - Adam
by Sebastian Wittek on 02 Dec 2013
Very useful. Great support!
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  • New: Updated interface for faster code reviews
  • Git Summary tab summarizes and sorts commit data (first/last commit, days since last commit, lines changed, by developer)
  • Non-developers will be able to make sense of what is happening in Git when presented in context with JIRA
  • Local, remote, hosted, SSH, HTTP, HTTPS, git protocol, local file path, and network path Git servers supported
  • Smart Commits - Add comments, add time, and transition JIRA issues with git commits.
  • Microsoft Team Foundation Server supported.
  • No changes necessary to your Git server.
  • Admins can install the plugin without ever leaving the web browser.
  • Trusted by over 100 organizations in 23 countries. Tested on large JIRA installs with giant Git repositories.

View git commits associated with a JIRA issue. View the source code in the commit.

"The JIRA Git Viewer makes JIRA so much more convenient to use with direct links back to the code from the issue reports." Fons Rademakers - Senior Scientist at CERN

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Release notes

version 2.3JIRA 5.1 - 6.2.3

  • New, higher contrast style for code and commit reviews
  • New: Code review sorting by developers (by name, changes, lines added, lines changed, lines removed) and files (path, most changed, lines before, lines added, lines changed, lines removed, lines after)


  1. Log into your JIRA instance as an admin.
  2. Click the admin dropdown and choose Atlassian Marketplace. The Manage add-ons screen loads.
  3. Click Find new add-ons from the left-hand side of the page.
  4. Locate Git Integration Plugin for JIRA via search. The appropriate add-on version appears in the search results.
  5. Click Try free to begin a new trial or Buy now to purchase a license for Git Integration Plugin for JIRA. You're prompted to log into MyAtlassian. Git Integration Plugin for JIRA begins to download.
  6. Enter your information and click Generate license when redirected to MyAtlassian.
  7. Click Apply license. If you're using an older version of UPM, you can copy and paste the license into your JIRA instance.

To find older Git Integration Plugin for JIRA versions compatible with your instance, you can look through our version history page.

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