We are currently using Subversion ALM but there aren't a whole lot of JQL operators, and the syntax has a steep learning curve. Any help is appreciated.
Pablo - we've been very happy with Subversion ALM but there are a few things that would knock it out of the park for us. I sent some emails but never heard back. I'm sure these will sound like nit picks, but they would be of great value to us.
The ability to sort the SVN ALM tab in reverse order, with newest events appearing on top would be HUGE for us. All of our other tabs are sorted this way. We like seeing the latest changes immediately.
We could use some more JQL. Several of us need the ability to search for issues with no commits. I see no easy way to do that.
The other thing we want is the ability to actually write to a JIRA field, rather than always relying on reading from SVN. For example, latest revision.
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