JIRA smart commits and ictime

For logging time with ictime there are other/more fields required. How does ictime work with this?

I know that I can log work time by doing e.g. the following commit message:

JIR-123 #time 3h 15m #comment something...

Is there a way to specify:

  • remaining time for the issue
  • Activity (category)
  • Description of work-log entry

Otherwise every entry has to be manually edited afterwards.

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Smart commits are a feature of the FishEye plugin (not of JIRA), and thus it would be the task of that plugin to read the remaining time for the issue. From the documentation it seems it does not support it.

For other fields specific to ictime only (e.g the Activity field), ictime cannot control/overwrite what FishEye does.

 

Regarding 2. and 3: I meant giving this information in the smart commit comment.

It's clear that I can supply this information in the dialog...

The whole question is meant in the context of smart commits in connection with ictime.

 

As I am not sure that you have been notified about my changes in this answer, I am writing this comment. I hope it answers you question.

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