Can previous changeset revisions referenced through new commit messages?

I was wondering if FishEye supports linking to previous changeset revisions using some markup syntax.

For example, text '#comment fixes bug introduced by r2333' in commit message will create hyperlink to . It would be great to cross-reference this through JIRA as well.

I referred to FishEye wiki markup and smart commit documentation, but I couldn't find any examples. Any help?

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Lukasz Pater Atlassian Team Jan 23, 2014

Hi Shantanu,

the built in highlighters currently only support auto-linking Crucible reviews and JIRA issues. There's a feature request for that here, please vote on it if you'd like to see it implemented.

You can however, define your own linker syntax in the repository admin section to acomplish the same goal - you just need to specify a regular expression you'd like to match, and the link to convert it to. Please see more details.

Thanks Lukasz!

Here is an example using Linkers for future reference:

Pattern for commit linker: @2222
Regex: @(\d+)

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