After this upgrade, I now get the following error when trying to view the Version Control tab:
"Error rendering 'com.atlassian.jira.jira-cvs-plugin:cvs-tabpanel'"
I'm sure this is related to the CVS opensource plugin I had to use since JIRA stopped supporting CVS after version 6.1. Does anyone have any idea how to get CVS working again, other than the "Purchase Fisheye" answer?
I hacked on the plugin source enough to get it working with JIRA 7. You can download my modified plugin here:
I hope you are still out there - I'm using your version 1.2_dev of the jira-cvs-plugin.
It's working just great. Now some of the cvs projects which are currently configured in the cvs-plugin have been moved away from cvs to git. Since there are a number of errors in the log now I'd like to remove those projects from the cvs-plugin. I haven't found a "remove" button nor a suitable database table where the data is stored.
Can you point me to a right place (if any).
Thanks - Christoph
I see the problem. You can add or edit modules (Administration -> Add-ons -> CVS Modules) but there is no way to remove them.
The plugin will only allow you to delete a module if it is not used in any projects, but I couldn't get this to work. I removed a module from all projects and still couldn't delete it.
Honestly I don't understand how the plugin works, but I will see what I can do.
Hi Adam - thanks for being around As I said it's just noise in the logs so please don't feel any pressure at all . For completeness I've added a log snippet with the messages I get in the logs. Not sure if it helps in any way but that's what we get. Thanks - Christoph
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