Can I make changesets show up in ticket comments?

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Tait Larson

11 Mar, 2014 05:38 PM

Hey LH!

I've integrated changesets with github. I'm seeing changesets successfully show up in my project overview page. I'd love for changesets to show up on the ticket pages themselves. Is this possible?

I read this discussion:

I'm using ticket numbers like #3956 in my commit messages. After a commit, when reviewing changesets and tickets on lighthouse the ticket is linked from the commit message and visible in the project's changeset "stream". However, when viewing the ticket on the ticket's page there's no link to the changeset.

To use fake URLs as examples:

Pages like this will have links to associated tickets if the ticket number is mentioned in the comments.

Currently I don't see links to changesets on pages like this:

Is there anyway to make relevant changesets show up on ticket pages? Am I missing a setting?



  1. 1 Posted by Nicole on 11 Mar, 2014 05:43 PM

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    Tait -

    You'll need your commit message to be structured like "[#1234] my commit message". Can you give us an example of a commit in your project so we can take a look?


  2. 2 Posted by Tait Larson on 11 Mar, 2014 06:07 PM

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    Hey Nicole,

    I really appreciate your fast reply. Check out this change:

    I'll try the [#1234] style too.

  3. 3 Posted by Nicole on 11 Mar, 2014 06:19 PM

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    Tait -

    Yes, so use the structure I showed to reference the commit and let us know if that doesn't work.


  4. Nicole closed this discussion on 11 Mar, 2014 06:19 PM.

  5. Tait Larson re-opened this discussion on 11 Mar, 2014 08:54 PM

  6. 4 Posted by Tait Larson on 11 Mar, 2014 08:54 PM

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    This is working great. Thanks Nicole!

  7. Nicole closed this discussion on 11 Mar, 2014 09:13 PM.

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