- NEW COMMANDS
- CHANGES TO OTHER COMMANDS
- COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE
App::TimeTracker::Command::RT - App::TimeTracker RT plugin
This plugin takes a lot of hassle out of working with Best Practical's RequestTracker available for free from http://bestpractical.com/rt/.
It can set the description and tags of the current task based on data entered into RT, set the owner of the ticket and update the time-worked as well as time-left in RT. If you also use the
Git plugin, this plugin will generate very nice branch names based on RT information.
RT to the list of plugins.
add a hash named
rt, containing the following keys:
The server name RT is running on.
Username to connect with. As the password of this user might be distributed on a lot of computer, grant as little rights as needed.
Password to connect with.
Time in seconds to wait for an connection to be established. Default: 300 seconds (via RT::Client::REST)
If set, set the owner of the current ticket to the specified value during
If set, updates the time worked on this task also in RT.
If set, updates the time left property on this task also in RT using the time worked tracker value.
CHANGES TO OTHER COMMANDS
~/perl/Your-Project$ tracker start --rt 1234
--rt is set to a valid ticket number:
set or append the ticket subject in the task description ("Rev up FluxCompensator!!")
add the ticket number to the tasks tags ("RT1234")
Gitis also used, determine a save branch name from the ticket number and subject, and change into this branch ("RT1234_rev_up_fluxcompensator")
set the owner of the ticket in RT (if
set_owner_tois set in config)
updates the status of the ticket in RT (if
set_status/startis set in config)
If <update_time_worked> is set in config, adds the time worked on this task to the ticket. If <update_time_left> is set in config, reduces the time left on this task to the ticket. If <set_status/stop> is set in config, updates the status of the ticket
Thomas Klausner <email@example.com>
COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE
This software is copyright (c) 2011 by Thomas Klausner.
This is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as the Perl 5 programming language system itself.