GitLab cross-posting to Trac?
ben at well-typed.com
Sat Jan 5 18:20:20 UTC 2019
Simon Peyton Jones <simonpj at microsoft.com> writes:
> It's **super-helpful** that the Trac ticket includes, as a comment,
> the commit(s) that fixed it. Please can this happen with Gitlab too?
> Otherwise, when looking at the ticket two years later there is
> literally no clue what commit (if any) fixed it.
To be clear, GitLab does cross-reference commits and tickets. I
completely agree that this is essential functionality.
What GitLab does not do is show the entire commit message in the
ticket. It merely adds a comment mentioning the SHA of the commit.
This looks something like this :
Ernestas Kulik mentioned in commit 70166550
I can see that having the text of the commit present in the ticket
itself may have value, however.
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