We're looking at using Jira, but have one requirement that I can't tell for sure Jira will do - hoping someone can confirm/deny for me...
We want to be able to associate each issue (bug, feature, task...) with a new branch in Git, and log associated commit statements (which may be more than one) with each issue.
So, for example (pseudo):
git branch issue_101
git commit -m "issue_101 some comments"
QA spots a problem
...do a bit more work
git commit -m "issue_101 some more comments"
git merge issue_101
I know that Jira has auto-association of Git commits with an issue, but I can't tell whether it will/can associate a branch correctly with an issue, and track commits for that branch.
Has/is anyone done/doing this? Any resources?
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