extension ExtPose

GitHub-Jira Link (delisted)

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Adds links to Jira tickets on GitHub pull request pages

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Description from store GitHub-Jira Link is a Chrome and Firefox extension that uses the branch name on a GitHub pull request page to add a link to the Jira issue corresponding to the pull request. In order for it to work, Jira ticket number must appear in the branch name, the pull request title, or the first comment on the pull request page. For example, for the branch name story/add-feature/ABC-123, the extension will add a link to the Jira issue with ticket number ABC-123. Setup: 1. Click on the GitHub-Jira-Link icon next to the address bar. 2. Enter your GitHub organization name (the string after github.com/ in a pull request URL). 3. Enter your GitHub repo name (the string after the GitHub organization name in a pull request URL). 4. Enter your Jira organization name (the string before .atlassian.net in a Jira ticket URL). 5. Enter the Jira ticket prefix (the letters before - in the ticket number). 6. Click 'Save'.

Latest reviews

  • (2023-03-09) Rupert Madden-Abbott: This doesn't work for me. Additionally, you have to configure each Github repo individually so this isn't suitable if you have lots of repos.
  • (2021-03-16) Melissa Choy: I tried this out as well, it doesn't work.
  • (2020-08-26) Aleh Skrypko: It worked for a while, but it doesn't show a button to JIRA ticket. There is some error in the console that prevents it to be rendered. I've submitted an issue more than two weeks ago - no answer. TL;DR: This doesn't work, don't download it.


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2.6 (5 votes)
Last update / version
2019-05-14 / 0.1.11
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