I have JIRA, HipChat, and Bitbucket. All are linked together... Bitbucket commits reference JIRA issues, and activity on both automatically shows up in HipChat.
I noticed that I can reference a JIRA issue in HipChat and it'll pop up the bug for quick reference. Is there any similar functionality for Bitbucket? I'm thinking of a way to reference a commit or pull request directly from HipChat via keywords or something. Thanks!
You can paste a link to a commit e.g. like this: https://bitbucket.org/gorillastack/serverless-hipchat-connect/commits/3041448cccb8b8942c679a136b40177015aa9edf?at=master and it will show you a bit of a preview.
However the commit (repository) needs to be public. If a repository is private it wouldn't work.
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