I would like to create a filter to show issues where the 'fix for' or 'affects' version picker fields contain a certain value.
So, I can say "affects=1.0", but sometimes my affects field may contain two values e.g. "1.0" and "1.0branch". So "affects=1.0" will not match that issue. I want to say "affects contains '1.0'". And as far as I know the contains operator (~) does not apply to version picker fields.
If you have version numbers that are quite fluid (new versions constantly being added) then a filter based on a fixed list of versions can get broken.
Thus, you can also try something like:
(fixVersion >= "1.0") AND (fixVersion < "2.0")
..but make sure that your versions are ordered correctly (don't list "1.0branch" out of sequence when doing version administration).
If you are using JIRA v5.0.x then I see that the JIRA Tricks plugin:
...now offers "versionMatches(regex)". Hence:
fixversion in versionMatches("Release 1.0.*") - Returns all issues in versions with names starting at 1.0 like 1.0, 1.0.1, 1.0.2, etc.
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