I'm not sure if this is possible from JIRA, to be honest. However, from FishEye you can use an EyeQL Search such as this:
select revisions from dir "/" where comment matches "JRA-1" or comment matches "JRA-2" order by date desc group by changeset return path, revision, author, date, csid, comment
So you can split the job in two steps:
1- In JIRA side, retrieve the list of issues that are in a certain status
2- In FishEye side, add the filter "or comment matches "<jira_issue_key>"" to the EyeQL search for each JIRA issue returned in the step above.
More search filters in FishEye can be found here.
Please let us know if this helps.
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