I come here because i have one question. I have a git repository on a server. And on this same server i have installed Jira.
Actually all work fine and i am really happy with this.
But i recently discovered the smart commit feature.
I connect my jira to my git with the GIT VERSION CONTROL VIEWER. Now i can see the commits and Jira, but there is no smart commit.
But their is one way to use smart commit with this configuration ("local" repository and no github) ?
The smart commit helper is introduced in v2.9.3 of the Git add-on - https://bigbrassband.com/documentation.html#sc_helper. So you can easily find, which commits has been detected as smart commits.
How to check, that smart commit feature works:
make a git commit like
git commit -m"ISSUE_KEY #comment <your comment text>"
git commit -m"TST-1 #comment This is a comment added by smart commit feature."
If your git commit is marked by "SMART COMMIT ERROR", then setup SMTP Mail Server (Administration -> System -> Outgoing Mail) to receive an email with smart commit feature error.
Please contact us at email@example.com for any questions in the future.
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