How can I identify tasks associated to a baseline?

We currently use Confluence, JIRA and subversion. One of the problems has always been that we can't identify which issues were associated to a subversion baseline. We can work out which files changed with each issue, just not the other way around.

We have fisheye/crucible and have been using it primitively. We're wondering whether this can be done at all with any of the other products from the Atlassian stack. If we moved to Git and Stash, is this possible?

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Please clarify more on how do you want to track it the other way round. AFAIK, the current commit message with JIRA issue key in FishEye will be rendered as a link to JIRA issue.

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