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How can i filter by commit date?

I need to create a query searching by commit date.


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Assuming you are using Bitbucket and you are entering your issue keys against each commit this would work.

Could you please tell us about where your source code is kept?

Also, what are you trying to search by commit date? Tickets/issues?

We use fisheye connections to mercurial and jira,
Can we get by commit dates?

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Robert Massaioli (Atlassian)
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Mar 16, 2016

JIRA tracks issues. But you want to order your issues by when you committed to them? Why not just look at the commits tab of Bitbucket?

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