redmine plugin does not work, or further guides needed.

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Hello. I've read the instructions on https://bitbucket.org/sdorra/scm-manager/wiki/redmine-plugin, and I do not get the part "Configure the plugin, select a repository to enable the redmine-plugin for this repository". Is there any dedicated plugin configuration page? In redmine tab of repo's settings I've put down url (it looks like "http://192.168.0.3/redmine/projects/ttt1/")

The problem is, everything works like there is no redmine-plugin. Redmine is not updated, no errors in scm logs, nothing. Did I do something wrong or missed anything?

Comments (5)

  1. Sebastian Sdorra

    No there is no dedicated page. Just select a repository in the repository overview of scm-manager. You should see a tab with "Redmine" as title. The you have to insert your redmine url (in your case http://192.168.0.3/redmine/) and a username and password, if your scm-manager credentials are not the same as in redmine.

    After that you could create a commit with an issue id (e.g. #123) in the desciption. The issue id should now be a link in the scm-manager commit overview and the the issue should have an new comment in redmine (this works only if you select updated issues).

  2. positron96

    Hello. In fact, I just forgot to login to submit the issue here.

    I tried to do what you proposed, but the comment did not show up in redmine. But it appears that redmine itself has built-in svn integration that does exactly what is needed and what redmine-plugin does. So I configured redmine to do the required job.

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