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Documentation etc. about actionable commits with Gitlab?

Ilona Krammer (159549) | asked Feb 21 '17, 8:00 a.m.
retagged Feb 24 '17, 5:26 p.m. by Ken Tessier (84117)

Can someone point me to some kind of documentation (not just the advertising lines or things like that, but real explanation, how-tos and the likes) about actionable commits in Gitlab?
(And please don't send general links about hooks and those kinds of things, I've already searched and read a lot today and haven't found anything that would help me in any way because things are either to superficial or too general to actually help me understand how it works, how to set things up, if it works with custom attributes etc etc

Thanks in advance!

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Shubjit Naik (1.5k1613) | answered Feb 22 '17, 3:02 a.m.

Hi Ilona

There are only 2 possible actions via Git Commits. Resolving Workitems and updating time spent, so no custom attribute updates. These should work when using GitLab as well.

You might have already seen this link, sharing it again here, for the format for actionable commits.


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Ilona Krammer commented Feb 23 '17, 1:51 a.m.

Thank you very much for your precise answer! I wonder why this link never popped up in my search engine searches or my searches on and within the RTC help.

Not very satisfying that the possibilities are very limited, but at least I know now!

Ralph Schoon commented Feb 24 '17, 5:37 p.m. | edited Feb 25 '17, 4:10 a.m.

There is a secret order of users here in the matrix that find stuff. ;-)

There are extension points for GIT related operations in RTC. You can consider writing additional conditions for GIT. I haven't tried what is possible though.

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