This extension shows contents of linked tasks from Jira in Github
Edits GitHub pages to contain information fetched from your Jira instance. It requires PRs to contain a link to the name of a ticket (in the TICKET-321 format). It will then try to fetch data from there and put it in the PR page. CHANGELOG: v1.2.1 - Fixed order of reporter / assigned names v1.2.0 - Added option to disable automatic title generation - Added option to disable automatic template insertion - Fixed incorrect title loading when opening an MR - Updated jQuery to 3.3.1 - Improved look of inserted information in PR overview - Improved option page - Improved API calls - no longer using jQuery's `ajax`, but Chrome's `fetch` in a background view. - Changed template language to be English by default - Removed the extra tab generated, as it wasn't really used v1.1.1 - Fixed compatibilty with new GitHub layout (#15, #18) - Added ticket status in PR (#17) - All links to tickets in commits are automatically parsed and a link will be placed (#16) v1.1.0 - Added possibility to filter acceptance criteria from the ticket and parse it into the PR using the template. v1.0.4 - Removed console logs - Fixed Uncaught TypeError when no ticket number was found (#3) v1.0.3 - Automatically full a new PR description with a preset template, and will try to update the PR title with a proper one based on the tickets (the ticket number should be in your branch name) - Fixed a button loading bug More updates will follow; such as: - Information in PR overview - More information in the overview / Jira page
- (2020-04-03) Clem Blanco: This is really really helpful!
- (2020-02-10) Nathan Fiscaletti: Make sure you configure the extension properly, and after you do fully restart your browser for it to start working. After I did this everything worked perfectly. Awesome extension!
- (2019-10-08) Lubos: Works great! Please add installation instructions to README for other people, it's not super obvious what to do.