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by mix86 ST3

Sublime Text 3 plugin for integration with Atlassian Jira

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SublimeJira

SublimeJira lets you view update and create Jira tickets from the comfort of your favorite editor.

Features

  • Create, view and update issues using Sublime Text only
  • Integraton with any Jira instance (version >= 5)

Installing

With the Package Control plugin: The easiest way to install SublimeJira is through Package Control, which can be found at http://wbond.net/sublime_packages/package_control

Usage

The plugin adds command palette three items:

  • Get issue – prompt issue key and show it in a new tab
  • Update issue – save changes
  • Create issue – prompt project key, summary, create new issue and open show it in new tab

and some two-pass shortcuts: * cmd + option + j, cmd + option + i – get issue * cmd + option + j, cmd + option + u – update issue * cmd + option + j, cmd + option + n – create new issue

Configure

Go to “Preferences => Package Settings => Sublime Jira => Settings – User” and paste some like this:

{
  "jira_server": "https://yourdomain.atlassian.net",
  "jira_login": "username",
  "jira_password": "password",
  "jira_default_project": "YOURPROJECT"
}