I've had the wonderful experience of using scmbug at work, and...
well, unless it's changed in the last four months, it's not at all git-
ish. Its hooks trigger off commits (commit-msg, post-commit). This
means that the only way to use it is to submit information when you
commit, which is pretty unhelpful if you want to avoid submitting
information until the commits are final (pushed into the remote
central repo).

But if you are okay with never modifying a commit ever, and always
ultimately merging every commit to master, pretty much all you have to
do is copy the commits into the hooks directory and configure it to
your liking.


On Mar 5, 9:54 am, Konstantin Khomoutov <khomou...@gmail.com> wrote:
> On Mar 5, 2:10 pm, Prasad <prasad.onl...@gmail.com> wrote:
> > I like to Integrate the git with bugzilla so that any commit in the
> > git will be reflected to the Bug which is specified in the comment.
> > I am trying to configured it with SCMBUG but no luck yet.
> Make use of Git hooks in the repote repository. Possibly post-update
> hook is what you need. Read the "githooks" manual page.

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