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Redmine Cookbook by Aleksandar Pavić

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Applying advanced issue-code relationships

To apply and use an advanced issue-code relationship, as explained in the Using the issue-code relation recipe from Chapter 3, Project Management with Redmine, Redmine needs to be configured to fetch changes automatically, and it requires to be triggered in some way. By default, it is done by the user clicking the repository tab. But this way, we can have significant idle time, even days or weeks, before somebody clicks on the repository tab and have Redmine automatically fetch commits, update statuses, and send e-mails, which will invoke other users to start developing their code per task, or testing it. Such a scenario is possible if you are not on a tight schedule or running some methodology, which ...

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