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JIRA Suite Utilities source for specific version

How do I go about looking at the source of a specific version of JIRA Suite Utilities?

Seems that there's only one master branch in your git repo... Am I missing something that's painfully obvious?


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Technically, it's not "our" repo - we're a community of users, not Atlassian.

Anyway, have you tried looking at the tags?

I suspect the tags have been inherited from when the code was kept in Subversion.

Aah. git tag of couse.


And right, I intended "your repo" to mean the plugin developer's repo.

:-) I'm just a bit fussy about being clear what we're here for and who owns what. Mostly because I don't want to accidentally take credit for other people's work!

Why do you need the source for?

I guess if you have a specific version of JIRA then it should recommend the last compatible version.

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