[XXXXXX] doesn't work in many places and
shouldn't be promoted:
421151: Prefix  should link to bug 123456
The problem with too much flexibility
is that it usually breaks in too many places and in the end causes more
pain than good. I don't think anything other than "Bug XXXXXX"
is really necessary.
Except maybe "Bug: XXXXXX"
at the end of a Git comment, but that has its issues as well:
465045: Gerrit -> Bugzilla: support "Bug:
xxxxxx" at the end of the commit message too
Denis Roy <denis.roy@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Infra update: Gerrit, Github, Bugzilla, more.
Replying to the list:
On 04/06/15 12:47 AM, Greg Wilkins wrote:
On 4 June 2015 at 04:38, Denis Roy <denis.roy@xxxxxxxxxxx>
You may have noticed that Gerrit and Github now actively "talk"
to Bugzilla. If a commit message contains "Bug: XXXXXX" a reference
to the Gerrit change/GitHub pull request will be created on Bugzilla.
But is there any chance of making that pattern a bit more
I believe the patterns also match [XXXXXX] as well. If not, please
file an enhancement request and we'll take a look.