By default, Jira is started with the following value for the stash.jira.key.pattern argument:
To ignore case, I was thinking of changing this to:
Here I have omitted the negative lookbehind term:
I know I could just include it or modify it in a simlar way:
But what am I losing by not including it?
The negative lookbehind is used to make the JIRA key matching a bit stricter. Specifically, it ensures that things like Crucible review keys (e.g CR-FE-1234) and Bamboo builds (e.g. STASH-MASTER-1234) are not matched. If you leave it off, you'll probably get a few more false positives.
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