redmine plugin does not work, or further guides needed.

Anonymous avatarAnonymous created an issue

Hello. I've read the instructions on, 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 "")

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 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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