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Fetch your assigned JIRA issues and checkout new branches with their ID

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jirator will look in ~/.jirator/config for a configuration file, which will specify server to use, credentials for the server and what issue statuses jirator should consider as "open" issues (i.e. the ones that will be shown for you).

Example config

  "server": "http://localhost:2990/jira",
  "username": "fredsusername",
  "password": "fredspassword",
  "status": ["TO DO","IN PROGRESS","ON HOLD", "IN REVIEW", "OPEN"]


Contributions are welcome. Note that all contributions are subject to the license of this project.

Setup up dev environment

  1. Install the atlassian-plugin-sdk to get a local instance of the Jira REST API to test against. Follow the instructions at
  4. Run Jira by being in the plugin directory and running atlas-run
  5. When you've created your plugin and the server is running, login and create a project and a few issues to test on

Create a release

Run the following command in the root path:

python sdist

install locally:

pip install (--user) /path/to/tarfile

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