What is it?
When you have everything set up, check source control integration in FogBugz. It allows you to associate changes you commit with a given case or cases. When you commit your changes in VCS, your hook script will look for something in your commit message that gives it a case number. For the scripts we distribute, the format is “BugzID: XYZ” where XYZ is a case number. The hook script then posts the info to FogBugz. This KB article has the information on how you can check it.
Who will use it?
How is it used?
When you look at the case you referenced (number XYZ) in FogBugz, you will see a link on the left side of the case, “checkins”.
When you click the link, a pop-up dialog appears, showing all of the files and revisions committed against the case
Keywords / Labels: source control, integration, commit
Content Author: Yvette Centeno