IDE Connector integration with Komodo?

Is there any chance that the IDE Connector will be updated to work with ActiveState Komodo?

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Hi Tom,

Unfortunately Atlassian does not plan to create an IDE Connector for Komodo.

If you are a fluent Komodo add-on writer then you can simply look into existing open source Atlassian IDE integrations and find out how to easily connect to JIRA or Bamboo.

Let us know if you are interested and we will share more information.


This question may be old, but if i did, per say, wnt to create a connector for Komodo. Where would I find documentation on Atlassian products and who, when I finished should I contact  to check out my extension?

Hi James, If you want to create a connector to JIRA (work with JIRA issue in Komodo) you should probably start with: * Looking at existing IDE Connectors for Eclipse and IDEA to get a brief overview of the feature set and what can be done. * Look at the JIRA REST API to know how to talk to JIRA and what information can be retrieved. * (Optionally) look at the Java client for JIRA REST API. It hides direct http connections and JSON manipulation but in more advanced cases you still need to dig into JSON returned by JIRA * (Optionally) look at the source code of Eclipse and IDEA Connectors if you need some clues on how to start or how particular call/feature works. Connector for Eclipse: Connector for Eclipse source: Connector for IDEA: Connector for IDEA source: JIRA REST API: Java Client for JIRA REST API: Java Client for JIRA REST API source: Cheers, Jacek

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