What are you looking for?
A) Improve the SUBVERSION from a reporting point of view -> FishEye (commercial)
B) Improve traceability betwen JIRA and Subversion -> JIRA Subversion plug-in (free) or this alternative and also free fork of the plug-in (the link might be broken until it is approved. In the meanwhile, you can build the plugin from the sources at https://bitbucket.org/pbeltranl/jira-subversion-plugin-plus)
1) Of course, with FishEye you also get B).
2) Why might you want to use the fork?
Exmaple of use: if you want to get the commits by author and repository it would be as simple as query for:
select count(*), author, repoId from CACHE.REVISIONS group by author, repoId
and get the results from the user interface in order to show them on any fancy stuff like a pie chart or table.
Hope this helps,
You don't have to use Fisheye, there are other options (e.g. the subversion plugin shows displays commit information on issues and projects). But the only useful answer we can give to this question really is "The important item is how your users want to use it"
Good insights into subversion integration. How do I integrate other version control products (for which there are no direct interface or plugin) ?
One technique seems to be via emails. Create issues via emails and update comments based on the subject field.
Is there any other method that can be utilized to develop the interface?
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