We are using Jira and fisheye for the development registration. When a bug is found, the bug is fixed, committed and registered on a fixed version. Is it possible to get all the commits from a Jira version in a list or something like this?
Now we cycle trough the jira issues of a version and make the list by looking at the source tab. This is verry prone to error.
I think you'll find the FishEye Release Report plugin useful. It provides a report on what issues were fixed in a particular release and highlights any discrepancies found (for example issues marked as fixed with no code committed).
Another option is to use your version control system to generate a list issue keys relating to commits between two versions of your product. For example, in git you can grep out a list of issue keys fixed between two tags like this:
git log --oneline stash-parent-3.1.2..stash-parent-3.1.3 | egrep -o [A-Z]+-[0-9]+ | sort | uniq
This will generate a list of issue keys like:
SSHD-330 STASH-4966 STASHDEV-7214 STASHDEV-7251
Which can be displayed in the JIRA issue navigator by constructing a JQL query, like:
issue in (SSHD-330, STASH-4966, STASHDEV-7214, STASHDEV-7251)
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