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jira plugin

Nigel-7
It seems that the jira plugin resolves anything like "\s*-\d*" as a  
jira bug number.  A common string that fits this pattern is UTF-8,  
which likely isn't a jira bug number.  Perhaps UTF-8 should be  
special cased by the plugin.  We've had a few builds fail because the  
plugin failed to add a comment to the non-existent UTF-8 Jira bug  
after a successful build.

Thoughts?

Cheers,
Nige

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Re: jira plugin

Kohsuke Kawaguchi
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I wonder if JIRA allows Hudson to distinguish issues that exist and
issues that don't. In other words, a typo in a commit message
shouldn't cause the buidl to fail, so we need to do something about
this.

Can you file an issue for this?

2007/5/4, Nigel <[hidden email]>:

> It seems that the jira plugin resolves anything like "\s*-\d*" as a
> jira bug number.  A common string that fits this pattern is UTF-8,
> which likely isn't a jira bug number.  Perhaps UTF-8 should be
> special cased by the plugin.  We've had a few builds fail because the
> plugin failed to add a comment to the non-existent UTF-8 Jira bug
> after a successful build.
>
> Thoughts?
>
> Cheers,
> Nige
>
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