iP Relay is a message relaying service built for the use of the engineering, testing, and project management teams at Interactive Partners. It's primary purpose, at least for the moment, is to provide users of the Beanstalk source control system the ability to execute a few commands directly in commit messages.
- Open a repository
- Go to: Setup -> Integration -> Web hooks
- For SVN repositories, activate and point to this URL: http://ip-relay.your_domain_here.com/beanstalk/commit
- For Git repositories, activate and point to this URL: http://ip-relay.your_domain_here.com/beanstalk/payload
- Surround each command in square brackets
- Separate parameters with a comma
- Separate parameter keys and values with a colon
- Multiple commands are supported
- Spaces are automatically stripped
Commit message examples:
Fixing 'Broken pipe' error [task: 3907] [chat:shenanigans]
- Adds a comment to Intervals task 3907
- Speaks in the Campfire chat room "Shenanigans"
Updated schema [bug: 100, status: resolved] [bug: 101]
- Adds a comment to Bugzilla bug 100
- Changes the status of Bugzilla bug 100 to "RESOLVED"
- Adds a comment to Bugzilla bug 101
Hoptoad errors can be automatically filed as bugs in Bugzilla.
- Install hoptoad-webhooks by @halorgium
- Configure the hoptoad-webhooks
hook_urlto be: http://ip-relay.your_domain_here.com/hoptoad/error
- Match the project names between Hoptoad and Bugzilla (there is currently no mapping capability available)
- For each project in Bugzilla, create a "Hoptoad Errors" component — this will be the "inbox" for new Hoptoad error reports
The following message "destinations" are supported:
[bug: 100, status: resolved] [bug: 101]
Note: Status value is automatically upper-cased (ex. "RESOLVED").
Note: Room name is automatically capitalized (ex. "Shenanigans").