Atlassian has released a new version of the DVCS Connector that connects Bitbucket and GitHub to JIRA. This update addresses a variety of configuration and performance bugs for our OnDemand an On-Premises customers:

  • Commit messages are no longer dual processed by smart commits when using forks.
  • Configuration screens use the Atlassian Design Guidelines (ADG).
  • OAuth authorizations can be re-confirmed if removed from Bitbucket or GitHub.
  • OAuth key and secrets can be updated for existing configurations.
  • Permission checks have been improved when adding repositories without proper access.

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Get the DVCS Connector

If you haven’t already, make sure to install the JIRA DVCS Connector in order to:

  • Track commits, monitor source code edits, and drill through to source files straight from JIRA.
  • Push commits to JIRA simply by referencing issue keys in commit messages.
  • Map unlimited public and private Bitbucket and GitHub repositories to JIRA projects.
  • View Bitbucket and GitHub activity in the JIRA Activity stream.

Get the JIRA DVCS Connector