Category: Atlassian JIRA

  • PACKT Books: JIRA 7 Essentials (also on

  • jira-markup-mode: Emacs major mode for JIRA-markup-formatted text files Editing Jira markup in a simple browser text pane is a PITA. So I shall give this a try!

  • extracting fields from a Jira “issue” (like a very nice and useful description)? how to get the markup source of the issue description?

    No, Jira does not let you read (“per se“) the markup source of an “issue” – that’s why I went this way in the first placeΒ  πŸ™„ – using Jira’s REST API: a “…/rest/api/2/issue/…” URL – how to use jq for json-tidying jq . X.json > X.pretty.json – extract the structure tree of your […]

  • “Markdown”: further reading — includes various tables – where it all began β€“ GitHub Flavored Markdown spec β€“ GitLab Flavored Markdown spec (a customer GitLab installation provides (resp. seems to provide) a version with a TOC) – Jira and its markup language β€“ Emacs org-mode and its markup language Emacs and Markdown:

  • one of my ongoing main software projects: create “diary entries” from activity streams

    my JIRA project activities – solved using JIRA’s REST API and in use procmail log file reflecting my incoming e-mail – solved … and in use my blogging activities: my own WordPress “blogs” (better use the REST API than the Atom feed), the company “blogs” (Atlassian Confluence (also a wiki), …), … my wiki authoring […]

  • Stephen Dolan’s “jq” is a lightweight and flexible command-line JSON processor β€“ o’Reilly “Data Science at the Command Line” – has some examples making use of jq β€“ behind a paywall available as source (portable C) and as executables for various Intel-based platforms, i.e. some Linux distributions, Mac OS X, Windows incl. Cygwin : …, jq, jqPlay, jq-tutorial, […]

  • the JIRA REST API, how to authenticate, … β€“ a nice utility, that also does JSON pretty-printing; it comes with There are certainly legion of reasons to use a REST API and also to use the JIRA REST API, I wanted to create a linear “diary” of JIRA actions. This is our sample JIRA issue URL: http://kelpie9:8081/browse/QA-31 This is its […]

  • Atlassian FishEye: Subversion, Git, Mercurial, CVS, & Perforce in your browser.

    FishEye – Subversion, Git, Mercurial, CVS, & Perforce in your browser.: FishEye provides a web interface for Subversion, Git, CVS & Perforce source control repositories. Features include email & RSS feeds, JIRA integration, charts, search. Get started for $10 or a free 30-day trial.

  • Atlassian JIRA: issue tracking and much more

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