[hibernate-dev] new schema in JIRA to handle pull requests

Steve Ebersole steve at hibernate.org
Mon Dec 5 13:06:42 EST 2011

To be honest I have not sat down and thought about ideals of what 
"integration" would look like here.  Where did you see the "send pull 
request docs"?  This might be doable (assuming their API allows it) if 
we agreed that the pull request branch is named using the JIRA issue 
key.  But that is not how everyone likes to name work branches iirc.

On Mon 05 Dec 2011 11:44:23 AM CST, Sanne Grinovero wrote:
> Hi all,
> over the weekend I've added a custom field to all issues to store a
> link to a pull request; this is in no way mandatory nor it affects any
> work flow you might want to use, but hope you find it useful. It can't
> support multiple links, so we should replace them if they are updated,
> and backported issues with multiple pull requests don't fit in it.
> In addition, but only applied to the Search project, I've added new
> state and transitions for issues to move them into the state "pull
> request sent".
> An open issue has a button "Link to pull request" which will ask you
> for the link, and change the issue state. I consider this useful when
> evaluating the state of progress for a release. I've added a "reopen"
> button as well to be used in those cases in which the pull request is
> not satisfactory.
> I think we could polish this even more; it seems possible for example
> to link a commit hook to mark issues solved when a pull request is
> merged, but I didn't go that far as I guess that requires some
> discussion since it has some practical consequences.
> Ideally I would love to hook into github's "send pull request" to move
> into the "pull request sent" state and add the link automatically, but
> from a reading of their docs it doesn't look like possible. Am I
> wrong?
> Let me know if you want it reverted, or have suggestions.
> Sanne
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