Get The Latest YouTrack 6.5 EAP Build 15737

We are glad to announce the latest update for YouTrack 6.5 EAP (build 15737)!

Get a brand new build today and enjoy better quality of GitLab and Bitbucket integration, Jira import and completely redesigned Administration part. For more details, please check the Release notes.

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5 Responses to Get The Latest YouTrack 6.5 EAP Build 15737

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    Patrick says:

    July 23, 2015


    Thanks for the release. I just downloaded and installed it.

    What I specifically want to test is how to link Github commits to tasks.
    I added the Github connection to my Github repository in the settings.
    Also manually attaching commits (via commit hash) works – so the connection is fine.

    But how do I reference tasks in commits?

    I tried the following:

    1. created an task (TST-1)
    2. changed files and committed with the messsage “TST-1 hello test2 ”
    3. changed files and committed with the messsage “#TST-1 hello test3”

    Unfortunately the task never automatically links to the commit (only if I do it manually).

    So my question is:

    How do I reference tasks withing commits (I don’t want to execute commands, I just want to reference it)?

    By the way: In Youtrack 6.0 I have it connected to Teamcity and there you can just write “TST-1 blabla” as the commit message and then it appears in the TeamCity tab…)

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      alexander.volfman says:

      July 24, 2015

      Your expectations are correct, in case you mention an issue in a commit, the commit should gets displayed on Vcs Changes tab of the issue. Indeed, this is how TeamCity integration has been working for quite some time already.

      I suspect that the issue is that the host you evaluate YouTrack 6.5 on is not visible for outside of you network and thus GitHub can not post update to it. The major implementation difference between GitHub and TeamCity integrations is that the former does not poll GitHub repository, but waits for GitHub web hooks to call YouTrack.


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        Patrick says:

        July 30, 2015


        Thanks for your reply.

        Yes that’s what I realized eventually.
        I personally think that this is not good, there should also be a possiblity to “clone & pull” the repo instead of just listening for WebHooks – I opened an issue here:

        However until now none answered.


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    Max says:

    July 24, 2015

    I came here to ask about GitLab integration… And I see that it is in place! Great JOB YouTrack Team! All the best for you!

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      Valerie Andrianova says:

      July 24, 2015

      Thanks, Max, we’re glad to hear that!

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