Connect changeset comments made to changesets on Bitbucket to JIRA issue

The DVCS connector in JIRA works great and commits appear at the issues. We'd like to also be able to somehow list all the changeset comments each issues' commit received on BB.

I.e.: developer commits something, changeset appears at the issue. Other developer comments something on the changeset (possibly, but not necessarily as inline comments at lines of the code) on Bitbucket. Now we'd like to see or somehow access all the comments related to the commits of the issue so they can be quickly reviewed.

Anybody with an idea how this is possible?

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If you link BitBucket to Jira in the admin section, and if you use the issue number (use capitals, as in ABBREV-12345), it will automatically link the commit and you will see the commit appear at the right in the issue, under Development, where you can click on it and see the changes made.

See also: http://blog.bitbucket.org/2012/07/09/jira-dvcs-connector-update/

Thanks, but as I've written, connected changesets to issues work. We'd like the changeset comments to appear at the issue too.

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