I recently connected my bitbucket account to JIRA OnDemand.
I have created issues with the name of CMSTOOC-#
Now I want to commit to bitbucket but associate the commit with an issue on JIRA
I have tried the following
git commit . -m CMSTOOC-1 #resolve
(Usually I just go something like: git commit . -m "comment"
but it doesn't work. I have no idea if this is possible (I think it should) or if I'm writing the command at all.
I solved the issue by putting the CMSTOOC-1 #resolve in quotes ""
However, even though the issue refrenced in the commit seems to be hyperlinked to the JIRA issue, the #resolve and #close tags didn't work to close or resolve the issues.
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