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Bo Berglund wrote: >>> I originally constructed the parsing for issue numbers for the >>> Roundup issue tracker, but tried to make it as general as possible >>> to enable other systems as well. I have never before heard about >>> JIRA (have not looked either), but if that is popular I could add >>> some instructions for that to the CVSMailer website as well... >> >> Somewhat related to this... is it possible at all to place the bug >> id (if present) into the subject line of the notification emails? >> > If you tell me how it can be extracted from the data supplied in the > CVSNT invocation of CVSMailer.... In my case, there is a string in the commit comment that indicates the bug (coming from TortoiseCVS). But I let you know when/if I find something how to get it from CVSNT itself. > Notice that this is similar also to the requests I have had to put > branch tags in teh subject etc. THe problem is that every single file > being committed can have a different tag and I guess a different > bugid. So which one should be put in the subject? For my case, the first one would be ok, as would be anyone, or all of them; we use TortoiseCVS and it only allows one bug id per commit. (Which is a better idea anyway; I'm not sure there is a convincing case for multiple bug ids per commit.) > However there is a case for putting bugid:s on the individual file > name line in the *body* of the email. That's also a good thing. In general, once you have it extracted, it should be relatively easy to make it available for both subject and body. Thanks, Gerhard