BitBucket can communicate with Snowy when you push a commit to a public or private repository. Snowy will display the commit message/branch and a link to the commit in the issue(s) mentioned.
- In Snowy, go to your project management screen
- Click "API" and find the Bitbucket section
Copy the "post hook url"
- Sign in to BitBucket
- Go to the "Admin" page on your bitbucket repo (the gear icon)
- Click "hooks"
- Choose "POST" and click "Add hook"
- Paste the url you copied from Snowy
- Click "ok"
You should now be setup. When you make a commit, bitbucket will alert Snowy with the necessary information.
Referencing Snowy Issues
You can reference issues in your Snowy project in many different ways. When you refer to a snowy issue in a commit, Snowy will parse it and automatically update that issue with a link to the GitHub commit it came from.
Any of the following ways of tagging issues will work - both in github commits and in snowy itself:
Please note that the word "bug" and "issue" are interchangeable
bugs 52, 32
bugs #52, 32
issue 52(issue or bug text interchangeable)
To mark an issue as resolved: