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Jirit is for getting stuff from Jira and Github.

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A simple module and scripts for transitioning Jira tickets based on Github commit messages.


Export environment settings for:

JIRA_EMAIL <Jira login email> JIRA_PASSWORD <Jira login password> JIRA_URL <Jira url, eg “” > JIRA_ID <The Jira id added before ticket numbers, eg TT for TT-1234> GIT_USERNAME=<Github username> GIT_PASSWORD=<Github password> GIT_ORG=<organization or username for the Github project, eg l33tnom for> GIT_REPO=<project name, eg foobar in the GIT_ORG example above>

Show Jira tickets based on git change

jirit show <commit_hash_from> <commit_hash_to>

Transition Jira tickets based on git change

jirit deploy <commit_hash_from> <commit_hash_to> <transition name> <match tag> <dry run>

This will trigger the <transition name> for Jira ticket if there is a git commit referenced in the git commit range, and the commit includes the tag #<match tag>. If the <dry run> flag is true then it will only display the possible transitioned issues without doing the Jira transition.

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