> On Dec 1, 2016, at 10:51 AM, Jean-Paul Calderone <exar...@twistedmatrix.com>
> In the last couple days I've noticed that there are a bunch of spurious
> changes being made to tickets in the issue tracker. These come from commit
> messages that reference a GitHub PR that happens to match a ticket number in
> For example, https://twistedmatrix.com/trac/ticket/600#comment:11
> I guess this doesn't really hurt anything ... except it's dumping a constant
> low level of garbage into the issue tracker and generating some annoying
> emails (that end up having nothing to do with what the subject suggests).
This is, unfortunately, going to keep happening more frequently as the PR
numbers get higher and the corresponding Trac tickets get less sparse.
The way I'd like to address it is to change the format of our commit message to
namespace Trac tickets differently; instead of just "#", using a URL, like
"Fixes https://tm.tl/1234". I wouldn't even mind if we just had to use the
Trac wiki syntax for this, i.e. "Fixes [ticket:1234]" as long as we could turn
off the "#" syntax which Github also uses.
However, this involves surgery within Trac's code, and for me personally, the
work required to find the relevant regexes and modify them is worse than
continuing to deal with the annoyance. However, I would very much appreciate
it if someone else would take this on :-).
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