JIRA use with Mercurial repositories Edited

Hi there,

We are considering using JIRA software (rather than Redmine) due to it's better features for Agile development.

We need the system to integrate with local Mercurial repositories (we don't use bitbucket) and I just wanted to know whether or not this is possible as I haven't been able to find any documentation describing this - it all seems related to using bitbucket.

Thanks in advance.

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The only app I found for Jira that integrates with Mercurial was this one, Commit Policy for Jira (Git, SVN, Hg). Your other option is Fisheye if you do not want to use Bitbucket.

There used to be a Mercurial plugin for Jira (I wrote it years ago). I thought it was no longer on the marketplace but had been adapted for Jira 7.x

Ah, the source is at https://bitbucket.org/servicerocket-labs/jira-mercurial-plugin and the forks are for the Jira 7 support.

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