GitLab becomes more popular as opensource product which is used in companies to host private git repositories.
Since "JIRA DVCS Connector" is opensource and with commercial friendly licence I have two questions:
1. Do you consider adding integration with GitLab in similair way as added with GitHub Enterprise?
2. If answer to first question is No then do you will accept pull request with such integration if it will be made by others? If not please elaborate why.
I just created an initial version for JIRA 6.3.x that already supports Gitlab in a very basic way (see https://bitbucket.org/dka/jira-dvcs-connector in the jira6.3.x branch). Changeset sync is working already, Pull requests are not yet implemented. Feedback welcome.
Please note that the "Commits" tab is currently only visible when you disable the Development Tools Plugin - I guess this one needs to know additionally about Gitlab.
We are currently using this in production since almost 2 months now. It currently syncs changesets; merge requests are currently not synced (I'm happy to acccept any merge requests for this on Bitbucket). Otherwise I'm not aware of any bugs; let me know if you find any. I have only tested on our Self-Hosted instance. Technically there should be no problem to run it against the cloud as it uses the openly documented HTTP API only. I'm just not sure if all functions are available in Cloud as well. After all it would be really great to get this merged back to the "official" DVCS connector to get it to a broader user base.
From my research:
Tasks open to deal create a dedicated integration:
Hope this helps, cheers!
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