Over at bitbucket, they have a service you can add to your project called "Issues"
Issues The issues service scans commit messages for commands which will automatically change the state of the relevant issue on the tracker. To link your commit to an issue, include somewhere in your commit message the following fragment: <command> <issue id> where the <command> can be any of the following: close/closed/closes//closing/fix/fixed/fixes # resolves the issue reopen/reopens/reopening # reopens the issue addresses/re/references/ref/refs/see # adds a link to the changeset as a comment for the issue For an example issue 4711, the <issue id> can be of the following form: #4711 issue 4711 bug 4711 ticket 4711 Examples: "... fixes #4711 ..." # marks issue as resolved "... reopening bug 4711..." # marks issue as open "... refs ticket 4711..." # links changeset to issue as comment "... refs bug #4711 and #4712..." # links to multiple issues Note: When displayed in the changeset view, #4711 will link back to the issue, while issue 4711 will not.
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- Jul 24, 2013
- Sep 19, 2010
- Declined - We decided not to take action on this ticket.
- Enhancement - A change which is intended to better the project in some way
- Medium - Normal priority.