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Make simple tables in JIRA more easily by using a simple list-based syntax.

Project Description

Adds a macro used for transforming a list into a table, for example:

** Capital
** Population (millions)
* Canada
** Ottawa, Ontario
** 35.16
* United States of America
** Washington, DC
** 318.9
* Mexico
** Mexico City, DF
** 122.3
* Guatemala
** Guatemala City
** 15.47

will be automatically transformed into JIRA’s special markup:

|| ||Canada||United States of America||Mexico||Guatemala||
|Capital|Ottawa, Ontario|Washington, DC|Mexico City, DF|Guatemala City|
|Population (millions)|35.16|318.9|122.3|15.47|

which, when rendered by JIRA, will look something like this:

  Canada United States of America Mexico Guatemala
Capital Ottawa, Ontario Washington, DC Mexico City, DF Guatemala City
Population (millions) 35.16 318.9 122.3 15.47


  1. Install from PIP:

    pip install jirafs_list_table
  2. Enable for a ticket folder:

    jirafs plugins --enable=list_table

Note that you can globally enable this (or any) plugin by adding the --global flag to the above command:

jirafs plugins --global --enable=list_table
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