I'm trying out a minimal set of OnDemand services (JIRA, FishEye and Bamboo) as a trial before making recommendations to my employer for a strategic choice on source control hosting, issue tracking, project building and commit tracking.
I am using mercurial as this has already been selected as the strategic VCS solution. I am currently testing with private mercurial repositories hosted on BitBucket.
I can see a way to tie the OnDemand JIRA instance to a BitBucket-hosted mercurial repository but I cannot see any way to do the same with Bamboo - it seems to only allow linkage to a subversion repository.
Have I missed a configuration option somewhere? (I've spent quite a while searching to no avail yet).
Or does the current OnDemand version of Bamboo only support subversion integration?
If this is the case, is there an ETA for mercurial/BitBucket support?
I agree, this IS a deal breaker for us as well. We just signed up for a trial (as I didn't notice ANYWHERE on the OnDemand trial page the mention ofd your HAVE to use SVN (or github)). I find this strange, as JIRA, etc already support Mercurial...
We will be cancelling our trial until this is resolved... (at least support Git...)
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