πŸ”₯ [WIP] Interactive Jira Command Line

Overview

JiraCLI

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Interactive Jira CLI

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🚧 This project is still a work in progress 🚧


This tool mostly focuses on issue search and navigation at the moment. However, it also includes features like issue creation, updating a ticket status, and so on. Note that the tool is only tested with the latest Jira cloud.

Installation

Install the runnable binary to your $GOPATH/bin.

$ go get github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/cmd/jira

Releases and other installation options will be available later.

Getting started

  1. Get a Jira API token and export it to your shell as a JIRA_API_TOKEN variable. Add it to your shell configuration file, for instance, $HOME/.bashrc, so that the variable is always available.
  2. Run jira init to generate a config file required for the tool.

Shell completion

Check jira completion --help for more info on setting up a bash/zsh shell completion.

Usage

The tool currently comes with an issue, epic, and sprint explorer. The flags are POSIX-compliant. You can combine available flags in any order to create a unique query. For example, the command below will give you high priority issues created this month with status To Do that are assigned to you and has a label backend.

$ jira issue list -yHigh -s"To Do" --created month -lbackend -a$(jira me)
Navigation

The lists are displayed in an interactive UI by default.

  • Use arrow keys or j, k, h, l characters to navigate through the list.
  • Use g and SHIFT+G to quickly navigate to the top and bottom respectively.
  • Press v to view selected issue details.
  • Hit ENTER to open the selected issue in the browser.
  • Press c to copy issue URL to the system clipboard. This requires xclip / xsel in linux.
  • Press CTRL+K to copy issue key to the system clipboard.
  • In an explorer view, press w to toggle focus between the sidebar and the contents screen.
  • Press q / ESC / CTRL+C to quit.

Issue

Issues are displayed in an interactive table view by default. You can output the results in a plain view using the --plain flag.

List

The list command lets you search and navigate the issues.

# List recent issues
$ jira issue list

# List issues created in last 7 days
$ jira issue list --created -7d

# List issues in status "To Do"
$ jira issue list -s"To Do"

# List recent issues in plain mode 
$ jira issue list --plain

Check some more examples/use-cases below.

List issues that I am watching
$ jira issue list -w
List issues assigned to me
$ jira issue list -a$(jira me)
List issues assigned to a user and are reported by another user
$ jira issue list -a"User A" -r"User B"
List issues assigned to me is of high priority and is open
$ jira issue list -a$(jira me) -yHigh -sopen
List issues assigned to no one and are created this week
$ jira issue list -ax --created week
List issues with resolution won't do
$ jira issue list -R"Won't do"
List issues whose status is not done and is created before 6 months and is assigned to someone
# Tilde (~) acts as a not operator
$ jira issue list -s~Done --created-before -24w -a~x
List issues created within an hour and updated in the last 30 minutes ⏱️
$ jira issue list --created -1h --updated -30m
Give me issues that are of high priority, is in progress, was created this month, and has given labels πŸ”₯
$ jira issue list -yHigh -s"In Progress" --created month -lbackend -l"high prio"
Wait, what was that ticket I opened earlier today? 😫
$ jira issue list --history
What was the first issue I ever reported on the current board? πŸ€”
$ jira issue list -r$(jira me) --reverse
What was the first bug I ever fixed in the current board? 🐞
$ jira issue list -a$(jira me) -tBug sDone -rFixed --reverse
What issues did I report this week? πŸ€·β€β™‚οΈ
$ jira issue list -r$(jira me) --created week
Am I watching any tickets in project XYZ? 🧐
$ jira issue list -w -pXYZ

Create

The create command lets you create an issue.

# Create an issue using interactive prompt
$ jira issue create

# Pass required parameters to skip prompt or use --no-input option
$ jira issue create -tBug -s"New Bug" -yHigh -lbug -lurgent -b"Bug description"

Create an issue

Assign

The assign command lets you assign user to an issue.

# Assign user to an issue using interactive prompt
$ jira issue assign

# Pass required parameters to skip prompt
$ jira issue assign ISSUE-1 "Jon Doe"

# Assign to self
$ jira issue assign ISSUE-1 $(jira me)

# Will prompt for selection if keyword suffix returns multiple entries
$ jira issue assign ISSUE-1 suffix

# Assign to default assignee
$ jira issue assign ISSUE-1 default

# Unassign
$ jira issue assign ISSUE-1 x

Assign issue to a user

Move/Transition

The move command lets you transition issue from one state to another.

# Move an issue using interactive prompt
$ jira issue move

# Pass required parameters to skip prompt
$ jira issue move ISSUE-1 "In Progress"

Move an issue

View

The view command lets you see issue details in a terminal. Atlassian document is roughly converted to a markdown and is nicely displayed in the terminal.

$ jira issue view ISSUE-1

View an issue

Epic

Epics are displayed in an explorer view by default. You can output the results in a table view using the --table flag. When viewing epic issues, you can use all filters available for the issue command.

See usage to learn more about UI interaction.

List

You can use all flags supported by issue list command here except for the issue type.

# List epics
$ jira epic list

# List epics in a table view
$ jira epic list --table

# List epics reported by me and are open
$ jira epic list -r$(jira me) -sOpen

# List issues in an epic
$ jira epic list KEY-1

# List all issue in an epic KEY-1 that is unassigned and has a high priority
$ jira epic list KEY-1 -ax -yHigh

# List high priority epics
$ jira epic list KEY-1 -yHigh

Create

Creating an epic is same as creating the issue except you also need to provide an epic name.

# Create an issue using interactive prompt
$ jira epic create

# Pass required parameters to skip prompt or use --no-input flag to skip prompt for non-mandatory params
$ jira epic create -n"Epic epic" -s"Everything" -yHigh -lbug -lurgent -b"Epic description"

Add

Add command allows you to add issues to the epic. You can add up to 50 issues to the epic at once.

# Add issues to the epic using interactive prompt
$ jira epic add

# Pass required parameters to skip prompt
$ jira epic add EPIC_KEY ISSUE_1 ISSUE_2

Sprint

Sprints are displayed in an explorer view by default. You can output the results in a table view using the --table flag. When viewing sprint issues, you can use all filters available for the issue command. The tool only shows 25 recent sprints.

See usage to learn more about UI interaction.

# List sprints in an explorer view
$ jira sprint list

# List sprints in a table view
$ jira sprint list --table

# List issues in current active sprint
$ jira sprint list --current

# List issues in current active sprint that are assigned to me
$ jira sprint list --current -a$(jira me)

# List issues in previous sprint
$ jira sprint list --prev

# List issues in next planned sprint
$ jira sprint list --next

# List future and active sprints
$ jira sprint list --state future,active

# List issues in a particular sprint. You can use all flags supported by issue list command here. 
# To get sprint id use `jira sprint list` or `jira sprint list --table`
$ jira sprint list SPRINT_ID

# List high priority issues in a sprint are assigned to me
$ jira sprint list SPRINT_ID -yHigh -a$(jira me)

Other commands

Navigate to the project
# Navigate to the project
$ jira open

# Navigate to the issue
$ jira open KEY-1
List all projects you have access to
$ jira project
List all boards in a project
$ jira board

Scripts

Often times, you may want to use the output of the command to do something cool. However, the default interactive UI might not allow you to do that. The tool comes with the --plain flag that displays results in a simple layout that can then be manipulated from the shell script.

Some example scripts are listed below.

Tickets created per day this month
#!/usr/bin/env bash

tickets=$(jira issue list --created month --plain --columns created --no-headers | awk '{print $1}' | awk -F'-' '{print $3}' | sort -n | uniq -c)

echo "${tickets}" | while IFS=$'\t' read -r line; do
  day=$(echo "${line}" | awk '{print $2}')
  count=$(echo "${line}" | awk '{print $1}')

  printf "Day #%s: %s\n" "${day}" "${count}"
done

# Output
Day #01: 19
Day #02: 10
Day #03: 21
...
Number of tickets per sprint
#!/usr/bin/env bash

sprints=$(jira sprint list --table --plain --columns id,name --no-headers)

echo "${sprints}" | while IFS=$'\t' read -r id name; do
  count=$(jira sprint list "${id}" --table --plain --no-headers 2>/dev/null | wc -l)

  printf "%10s: %3d\n" "${name}" $((count))
done

# Output
Sprint 3:   55
Sprint 2:   40
Sprint 1:   30
...
Number of unique assignee per sprint
#!/usr/bin/env bash

sprints=$(jira sprint list --table --plain --columns id,name --no-headers)

echo "${sprints}" | while IFS=$'\t' read -r id name; do
  count=$(jira sprint list "${id}" --table --plain --columns assignee --no-headers 2>/dev/null | sort -n | uniq | wc -l)

  printf "%10s: %3d\n" "${name}" $((count))
done

# Output
Sprint 3:   5
Sprint 2:   4
Sprint 1:   3

Future improvements

  • Issue creation.
  • Ability to view issue details.
  • Possibility to change issue status.
  • Possibility to assign issue to a user.
  • Comments management.
  • Historical data can be cached locally for faster execution.

Development

  1. Clone the repo.

    $ git clone [email protected]:ankitpokhrel/jira-cli.git
  2. Make changes, build the binary, and test your changes.

    $ make deps
    $ make install
  3. Run linter and tests before submitting a PR.

    $ make ci
Comments
  • Assigning issue to self doesn't assign it

    Assigning issue to self doesn't assign it

    Describe the bug

    Running the following command doesn't assign the issue to me, instead the user search opens up, in which I'm unfindable as well.

    jira issue assign "TICKET-CODE" "$(jira me)"
    

    Please provide following details

    1. JiraCLI Version:
      (Version="0.1.1", GitCommit="6663763b44a2e5d328b551ae7d2f1a37d1e232ae", GoVersion="go1.17.2", BuildDate="2021-11-03"", Compiler="gc", Platform="darwin/amd64")
      
    2. Are you using Jira cloud or on-premise jira server? Also mention the version for on-premise installation.
      Jira Server v8.20.0
      
    3. What operating system are you using? Also mention version.
      macOS 12.0.1
      
    4. What terminal are you using? Also mention version.
      alacritty 0.9.0 (fed349a)
      

    To Reproduce

    Steps to reproduce the behavior:

    1. Run jira issue assign "TICKET-CODE" "$(jira me)"
    2. Issue isn't assigned to you, user search is opened up
    3. Probably a separate issue but no names past the initial cropped list are findable

    Expected behavior

    The issue would be assigned to me.

    Additional context

    Not that it's relevant here but I'm using the line in the following function:

    # Move an issue back to progress
    jmbk() {
      jira issue transition "$1" "Back To Progress"
      jira issue assign "$1" "$(jira me)"
    }
    
    defect help wanted jira server 
    opened by h0adp0re 23
  • jira init - 401 Unauthorized

    jira init - 401 Unauthorized

    Describe the bug

    jira init failing with 401 Unauthorized response. but worked with curl requests using the same API token.

    image

    Please provide following details

    1. JiraCLI Version:
      (Version="v1.1.1-0.20220814163226-d993757c939c", GitCommit="", CommitDate="", GoVersion="go1.19", Compiler="gc", Platform="linux/amd64")
      
    2. Are you using Jira cloud or on-premise jira server? Also mention the version for on-premise installation.
      Cloud
      
    3. What operating system are you using? Also mention version.
      Void Linux
      
    4. What terminal are you using? Also mention version.
      foot
      

    To Reproduce

    Steps to reproduce the behavior:

    1. jira init

    Expected behavior

    should create config file. Screenshots

    Additional context

    opened by akhiljalagam 21
  • jira sprint list only shows issues from one board

    jira sprint list only shows issues from one board

    jira version 1.0.0

    For stories/bugs that are in the sprint but are set as Open status, jira sprint list or jira sprint list --current doesn't list those Open/Closed/PENDING/IMPLEMENTED/etc... Status, only listing only In Progress.

    This shouldn't be the case, if we are performing jira spring list it should list all spring regardless of its' statuses and if they need to custom search the status a command such as jira sprint list -sOpen or jira sprint list --status Closed should be supported instead.

    defect 
    opened by leopck 18
  • feat: Support custom fields on issue create

    feat: Support custom fields on issue create

    This PR adds initial support for custom fields on the issue creation. Relates to https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/discussions/222. Fixes #340.

    Jira supports a wide variety of datatypes when creating a custom field. Out of all formats mentioned in the Jira doc, the implementation right now doesn't support Cascading select custom field, Single-user picker custom field and Multi-user picker custom field. Support for these missing types will be added based on the request and the usecase.

    Implementation Details

    Since we are already using the createmeta endpoint to save metadata during jira init process, this step is modified to save custom field details. The initialization process will now add a new section issue.fields.custom to save required details about configured custom fields.

    Screen Shot 2022-03-05 at 12 34 27 PM

    Next, a new flag --custom is added on create command that accepts a key-value pair. The key is derived from the name you see in the configuration. This is the same name that you see in the UI making it easy to guess. Dash/hyphen (-) separated lowercase name is used as a key. The value depends on the datatype of the field. For some datatypes like string, datetime, date, option, the value is a plain string (eg: --custom note="An example note"). For array types, its a comma separated value (eg: --custom platform=iOS,Android).

    Example

    Given some custom fields as below: | Custom Field | Field Type | Comment | |--------------|-----------|------------| | Due Date | Datetime | ISO 8601 ('YYYY-MM-DDThh:mm:ss.sTZD') format | | Note | Paragraph | A single or multiline text input | | Platform | Checkbox | Array of strings | | Quarter | Radio button | Single value string data | | Tags | Labels | Array of strings |

    You can use --custom flag to pass data for custom fields

    $ jira issue create -tStory --custom story-points=3 --custom due-date="2022-03-10T14:39:00.000+1100" \
     --custom note="A custom note" --custom platform=Windows,Linux --custom quarter=Q3 --custom tags=p1,q3,y2022
    
    # Or, alternatively
    
    $ jira issue create -tStory --custom=story-points=3 --custom=due-date="2022-03-10T14:39:00.000+1100" \
     --custom=note="A custom note" --custom=platform=Windows,Linux --custom=quarter=Q3 --custom=tags=p1,q3,y2022
    

    The example command above creates a story with defined custom fields of different types as seen in the screenshot below.

    Screen Shot 2022-03-05 at 11 30 42 AM

    Caveats

    The Jira API returns invalid types for some locked custom fields. For instance, for the sprint field the returned datatype is an array of strings or JSON depending on the Jira version used. However, that is not true since the create API expects a single numeric value for a sprint field.

    In such cases, the config needs to be modified manually to make the field work.

    # Details returned by the Jira API for sprint field
    - name: Sprint
      key: customfield_10020
      schema:
         datatype: array
         items: json
    
    # Manual change needed to make it work
    - name: Sprint
      key: customfield_10020
      schema:
         datatype: number
    

    Testing

    To try out this change, you can either build the app locally or install it using the following command.

    go install github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/cmd/[email protected]
    

    Note that you will have to regenerate the config with jira init.

    opened by ankitpokhrel 13
  • Trailing slash in Cloud server url causes

    Trailing slash in Cloud server url causes " Unable to generate configuration" error

    Describe the bug

    Doing jira init then going with "Cloud" and a URL with a trailing slash (ie https://company.atlassian.net/) causes an error:

    $ jira init
    ? Installation type: Cloud
    ? Link to Jira server: https://fpstudio.atlassian.net/
    ? Login email: [email protected]
    ? Default project: PP
    ? Default board: Pipeline Board
    β ‹ Creating new configuration...
    βœ— Unable to generate configuration: Config File "config" Not Found in "[]"
    

    then if I do the same but no trailing slash, it works:

    $ jira init
    ? Config already exist. Do you want to overwrite? Yes
    ? Installation type: Cloud
    ? Link to Jira server: https://<redacted>.atlassian.net
    ? Login email: [email protected]<redacted>.com
    ? Default project: PP
    ? Default board: Pipeline Board
    β Ό Configuring metadata. Please wait...
    βœ“ Configuration generated: /home/alan/.config/.jira/.config.yml
    

    Please provide following details

    1. JiraCLI Version:
      (Version="v0.3.0", GitCommit="", CommitDate="", GoVersion="go1.17.5", Compiler="gc", Platform="linux/amd64")
      
    2. Are you using Jira cloud or on-premise jira server? Also mention the version for on-premise installation.
      Jira Cloud -- no idea where to see the version.
      
    3. What operating system are you using? Also mention version.
      Ubuntu 20.04 LTS
      
    4. What terminal are you using? Also mention version.
      Windows Terminal Preview
      Version: 1.12.3472.0
      

    To Reproduce

    Steps to reproduce the behavior:

    1. export your JIRA_API_TOKEN env var then jira init
    2. Pick Cloud
    3. Enter server URL with a slash at the end and continue with your email.
    4. Pick project and board.
    5. See error.

    Expected behavior I expect URLs with slashes not to fail.

    Screenshots

    image

    Additional context

    Seems similar bug to #255 (which was closed so I made a new ticket.)

    defect 
    opened by darkvertex 13
  • reproducible builds

    reproducible builds

    The benefits associated with reproducible builds (and the costs associated with non-reproducible builds) are better explained here: https://reproducible-builds.org/

    tldr; reproducible builds are good and jira-cli would be improved by having reproducible builds.

    enhancement 
    opened by realtime-neil 13
  • 401 Unauthorized when accessing account on Ubuntu 20.04 with ssh

    401 Unauthorized when accessing account on Ubuntu 20.04 with ssh

    Hi! I love this project, it's the solution I never knew I needed.

    The CLI isn't working for me, and I suspect because it's because my company account only allows us to sign in with Okta.

    Steps I followed:

    • Installed the binary on my dev environment using the go get option
    • Created a JIRA API key and set it as an environment variable
    • Ran jira init
      • Typed in the URL of my company's (cloud) JIRA server
      • Typed in my login email

    After I hit enter on my login email, I got this output:

    β ‹ Verifying login details...
    βœ— Received unexpected response '401 Unauthorized' from jira. Please try again.
    

    I'm assuming that this problem is happening because I use Okta to login to Jira. Is there anything I can do to get around this? Thanks!

    not sure if πŸ€” 
    opened by nschmeller 12
  • `jira board list` hangs.

    `jira board list` hangs.

    Describe the bug jira board list hangs.

    Please provide following details

    1. JiraCLI Version:
      $ jira version
      (Version="v1.1.1-0.20220902194847-5e31a9ae2803", GitCommit="", CommitDate="", GoVersion="go1.19", Compiler="gc", Platform="linux/amd64")
      
    2. Are you using Jira cloud or on-premise jira server? Also mention the version for on-premise installation. cloud
    3. What operating system are you using? Also mention version.
      Ubuntu 20.04.
      
    4. What terminal are you using? Also mention version.
      $ gnome-terminal --version
      # GNOME Terminal 3.36.2 using VTE 0.60.3 +BIDI +GNUTLS +ICU +SYSTEMD    
      

    To Reproduce

    Steps to reproduce the behavior:

    $ unset PAGER && TERM=dumb LC_ALL=C jira board list
    -  (press RETURN)
    

    The command hangs, awaiting interactive prompt.

    Expected behavior The command should execute, printing the board list, and then exit.

    Screenshots N/A.

    Additional context N/A.

    opened by realtime-neil 9
  • Not working with Red Hat's jira instance

    Not working with Red Hat's jira instance

    Been trying to use this with issues.redhat.com but get a 403 response. Red Hat is using Jira more and more, we are even migrating from bugzilla to Jira now so any help would be appreciated as many people in the open source community use this Jira instance

    https://lists.centos.org/pipermail/centos-devel/2022-March/120269.html

    feature request 
    opened by ericcurtin 9
  • JIRA_API_TOKEN and Authorization: Bearer

    JIRA_API_TOKEN and Authorization: Bearer

    Hi, my curl works ok with Authorization: Bearer header. Example: curl -X GET -H "Authorization: Bearer xxx" \ -H "Content-Type: application/json" \ "https://jira.url.com/rest/api/2/user/properties?username=some_user"

    But when I do jira init I get 401.

    My JIRA_API_TOKEN is stored in .zshrc with: export JIRA_API_TOKEN=xxx

    help | support 
    opened by pstryk 9
  • `v` (view) when viewing list prints in background?

    `v` (view) when viewing list prints in background?

    After running jira issue list I am presented with a list of issue. If I type v to view one, a box flashes that says processing... please wait and then I'm returned to the list. Later, when I hit q I see the issue I tried to view printed to the terminal. Is this the expected behavior?

    Please provide following details

    1. JiraCLI Version:
    $ jira version
    (Version="1.1.0", GitCommit="3b93e147eac468ad985bdece27469153b4bb2814", CommitDate="2022-08-14T08:10:40+00:00", GoVersion="go1.18.3", Compiler="gc", Platform="linux/amd64")
    
    1. Are you using Jira cloud or on-premise jira server? Also mention the version for on-premise installation.
    On-premise
    
    1. What operating system are you using? Also mention version.
    Linux
    
    1. What terminal are you using? Also mention version.
    • Konsole (KDE)
    • xterm
    opened by mankoff 8
  • Feature request: Creating a git branch from a jira issue

    Feature request: Creating a git branch from a jira issue

    I love how the Jira CLI enables me to quickly create an issue. Invariably, after I've created an issue I want to create a git branch based on the issue and check that out.

    It would be very smooth if that functionality was built into jira-cli, perhaps as a flag to jira issue create.

    I do know that I can use the --web flag and in that in the web GUI it is easy to generate a git command to create the git branch. But if I wanted to use the web GUI, I wouldn't be using jira-cli ;)

    I did find the https://github.com/shaharkazaz/jiranch tool, but it seems quite buggy.

    opened by Mellbourn 0
  • 302 Redirects Not Followed

    302 Redirects Not Followed

    Describe the bug jira-cli doesn't follow redirect's when presented with 302's.

    Please provide following details

    1. JiraCLI Version:
      (Version="1.2.0", GitCommit="9d8a0afd75b68aa519367f93c240429117cc4090", CommitDate="2022-12-16T10:53:08+00:00", GoVersion="go1.18.3", Compiler="gc", Platform="darwin/arm64")
      
    2. Are you using Jira cloud or on-premise jira server? Also mention the version for on-premise installation.
      On prem. JiraVersion value=8.20.14
      
    3. What operating system are you using? Also mention version.
      macOS 13.1
      
    4. What terminal are you using? Also mention version.
      iTerm2 Build 3.5.0beta8
      

    To Reproduce

    Steps to reproduce the behavior:

    1. jira ... (e.g. jira serverinfo --debug)
    2. Get 302
    3. Curl equivalent command (e.g. `curl --request GET -H "Authorization: Bearer $JIRA_API_TOKEN" --url 'https://ad.astra.com/do/secure/rest/api/2/search?jql=project%3D%%22+ORDER+BY+created+DESC&startAt=0&maxResults=100')
    4. Get 302
    5. Curl with -L to follow forwarding requests (e.g. curl -L --request GET -H "Authorization: Bearer $JIRA_API_TOKEN" --url 'https://ad.astra.com/do/secure/rest/api/2/search?jql=project%3D%<redacted>%22+ORDER+BY+created+DESC&startAt=0&maxResults=100)
    6. Get requested data

    Expected behavior 302's and 301's should be followed.

    opened by timfallmk 1
  • Cannot assign reporter when creating a ticket

    Cannot assign reporter when creating a ticket

    when doing a "jira issue create", you cannot use the option: -r "email"

    Please provide following details

    1. JiraCLI Version:
      (Version="v1.1.0", GitCommit="a88eb61e142a6e604dc1f9f30884fff618277d22", CommitDate="2022-08-14T08:43:18+00:00", GoVersion="go1.17.11", Compiler="gc", Platform="linux/amd64")
      
    2. Are you using Jira cloud or on-premise jira server? Also mention the version for on-premise installation.
      cloud
      
    3. What operating system are you using? Also mention version.
      docker
      
    4. What terminal are you using? Also mention version.
      macOS terminal
      

    To Reproduce

    Steps to reproduce the behavior:

    1. jira issue create -r "email"

    Expected behavior I would like to assign a reporter thats not the default user thats logged in.

    Additional context I am using a bot user in jira that is creating the tickets. We have multiple users using the command line tool, but use the same linux user. For that case, I created a bot user that creats all the tickets. We would like to use the "-r" flag to change the reporter instead of going into jira manually.

    feature request 
    opened by EventusTodd 2
  • feat: Raise an error when invalid custom field is specified.

    feat: Raise an error when invalid custom field is specified.

    Raise an error when an invalid custom field is specified.

    Currently, the invalid custom field is silently ignored which creates a wrong impressing that everything is OK.

    opened by martinpovolny 2
  • feat: allow custom key mappings for the list of issues

    feat: allow custom key mappings for the list of issues

    With this, you can define custom keys and actions in the list of issues.

    Example configuration (~/.config/.jira/.config.yml):

    ...
    login: rhn-engineering-mpovolny
    project:
      key: OSDEV
      type: ""
    server: https://issues.redhat.com
    custom_keys:
      issues:
        w: "jira issue view %KEY%"
        t: "&jira issue move %KEY% 'In Progress'; jira issue assign %KEY% rhn-engineering-mpovolny"
        s: '&jira sprint add $(jira sprint list --table --plain --no-headers --columns ID | head -1) %KEY%'
    
    • The "w" key is an example of a foreground running command mapped to the "w" key. It has no use, but a demo.
    • The "t" key implements a "take" action -- the issue is moved to "In Progress" and then assigned to me. This is run in a separate goroutine (because of the & at the beginning of the command line).
    • The "s" key puts the issue into the latest sprint.

    This is just an example, this feature allows everyone to set his/her own mapping.

    ~~This MR needs rebasing, but I'd like to open a discussion about the feature and the implementation~~

    opened by martinpovolny 2
Releases(v1.2.0)
  • v1.2.0(Dec 17, 2022)

    This release adds support for Jira v9, a serverinfo command to quickly check your Jira server build info, lets you set resolution, assignee and comment on issue move, and many more.

    πŸ₯· What's added?

    • feat: Add serverinfo command by @ankitpokhrel in https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/pull/440
    • feat: Support for Jira v9 by @ankitpokhrel in https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/pull/447
    • feat: Allow to set start datetime on worklog add by @ankitpokhrel in https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/pull/453
    • feat: Make date time input in worklog flexible by @ankitpokhrel in https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/pull/465
    • feat: Add support for project datatype in custom fields by @oveaurs in https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/pull/482
    • feat: Add weblink to issue (#446) by @Syd7 in https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/pull/483
    • feat: Resolution, assignee & comment on issue move by @ankitpokhrel in https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/pull/492
    • feat: Filter issues by the absence of label(s) by @martinpovolny in https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/pull/505
    • feat: Add labels to the issue listing by @martinpovolny in https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/pull/506
    • feat: Allow setting of fixed columns in the list of issues, epics and sprints by @martinpovolny in https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/pull/509

    🐞 What's fixed?

    • fix: Option to show issues from all projects in sprint list by @ankitpokhrel in https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/pull/475
    • fix: Discrepancy in --insecure flag by @ankitpokhrel in https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/pull/507
    • fix: Make board selection optional by @ankitpokhrel in https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/pull/502
    • fix: Improve support for pager by @ankitpokhrel in https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/pull/503
    • fix: Respect editor env vars in Windows by @ankitpokhrel in https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/pull/524

    β˜•οΈ Other changes

    • ci: Multi-arch docker image by @ankitpokhrel in https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/pull/508
    • doc: Add link to project in help by @ankitpokhrel in https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/pull/456
    • doc: Add Nix package by @bryanasdev000 in https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/pull/458
    • doc: Update help for completion cmd by @ankitpokhrel in https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/pull/491
    • doc: Add scoop installation process by @alkuzad in https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/pull/497

    New Contributors

    • @bryanasdev000 made their first contribution in https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/pull/458
    • @oveaurs made their first contribution in https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/pull/482
    • @Syd7 made their first contribution in https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/pull/483
    • @alkuzad made their first contribution in https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/pull/497
    • @martinpovolny made their first contribution in https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/pull/505

    Full Changelog: https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/compare/v1.1.0...v1.2.0

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  • v1.1.0(Aug 14, 2022)

    This release fixes the issue with screen flickering and insecure TLS config + adds some features.

    πŸ₯· What's added?

    • feat: Ability to add worklog by @ankitpokhrel in https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/pull/410
    • feat: Make selection highlight customizable by @ankitpokhrel in https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/pull/419

    🐞 What's fixed?

    • fix: Flickering issue by @ankitpokhrel in https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/pull/436
    • fix: Issue with insecure TLS config by @ankitpokhrel in https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/pull/413
    • fix: Issue with default assignee and unassign from tui by @ankitpokhrel in https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/pull/405
    • fix(minor): Use pointer receiver to avoid heavy copying by @ankitpokhrel in https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/pull/426

    β˜•οΈ Other notable changes

    • ehc: Increase max col width + some cleanup by @ankitpokhrel in https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/pull/427
    • chore: Remove deprecated ioutil usage by @ankitpokhrel in https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/pull/422

    New Contributors

    • @stavares843 made their first contribution in https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/pull/423

    Full Changelog: https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/compare/v1.0.0...v1.1.0

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    jira_1.1.0_linux_armv6.tar.gz(6.02 MB)
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  • v1.0.0(Jul 3, 2022)

    We reached v1.0.0 πŸŽ‰ πŸŽ‰ πŸŽ‰

    🚨 Breaking changes

    • fix!: Replace limit flag with paginate by @ankitpokhrel in https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/pull/359
    • fix!: Append components on edit instead of overriding by @ankitpokhrel in https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/pull/368
    • feat!: Append label to an issue, show labels at issue list view by @stchar in https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/pull/300
    • refactor!: Move boards and project list to subcommand by @ankitpokhrel in https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/pull/314

    πŸ₯· What's added?

    • feat: Support custom fields on issue create by @ankitpokhrel in https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/pull/319
    • feat: Add support to read from .netrc by @adolsalamanca in https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/pull/329
    • feat: Add support for OS keyrings/-chains by @boyvanamstel in https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/pull/348
    • feat: Support auth with personal access tokens by @marek-veber / @ankitpokhrel in https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/pull/327
    • feat: Allow to set fixVersions on issue creation by @ankitpokhrel in https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/pull/276
    • feat: Allow insecure TLS by @ankitpokhrel in https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/pull/305
    • feat: Add --no-browser option to open cmd by @ankitpokhrel in https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/pull/308
    • feat: Add search option for boards on jira init by @ankitpokhrel in https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/pull/322
    • feat: Add issues unlink command by @sushilkg in https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/pull/347
    • feat: Support refresh for issues list by @GZLiew in https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/pull/325
    • feat: Ability to delete issue by @ankitpokhrel in https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/pull/336
    • feat: Allow to set custom fields on epic create by @ankitpokhrel in https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/pull/364
    • feat: Allow to edit release-info/fixVersions by @ankitpokhrel in https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/pull/365
    • feat: Allow removing labels on edit by @ankitpokhrel in https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/pull/371
    • feat: Support creating issues with custom subtask type by @danobi in https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/pull/372
    • feat: Allow removing component on edit by @ankitpokhrel in https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/pull/374
    • feat: Allow removing fixVersions on edit by @ankitpokhrel in https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/pull/376
    • feat: Support custom fields on issue edit by @ankitpokhrel in https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/pull/377
    • feat: Jira init non-interactive by @ankitpokhrel in https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/pull/381
    • feat: Show subtasks in issue view by @ankitpokhrel in https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/pull/382
    • feat: Allow project filter in raw jql by @ankitpokhrel in https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/pull/395

    Screen Shot 2022-07-01 at 9 34 46 AM

    🐞 What's fixed?

    • fix: Makefile compatiblity with Make 3.81 by @danmichaelo in https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/pull/252
    • fix: Config generation issue by @ankitpokhrel in https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/pull/275
    • fix(cfg): Strip trailing slash on server name by @ankitpokhrel in https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/pull/295
    • fix: Jira client should respect timeout opt by @ankitpokhrel in https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/pull/304
    • fix: Respect GLAMOUR_STYLE env on issue view by @ankitpokhrel in https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/pull/317
    • fix: Get subtask handle from config by @ankitpokhrel in https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/pull/296
    • fix: Jira wiki parser by @ankitpokhrel in https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/pull/326
    • fix: Display correctly columns in list sprint command help by @adolsalamanca in https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/pull/320
    • fix: Panic on empty sub-list by @ankitpokhrel in https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/pull/330
    • fix: Issue with assigning user by @ankitpokhrel in https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/pull/321
    • fix: OOM bug on issue view by @ankitpokhrel in https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/pull/350
    • fix: Assign parent key as is on edit by @ankitpokhrel in https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/pull/351
    • fix: Add additional check for total boards returned by @ankitpokhrel in https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/pull/360
    • fix: Issue with query param in user assignment by @ankitpokhrel in https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/pull/380
    • fix: Subtask clone by @ankitpokhrel in https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/pull/383
    • fix: editing issue with custom field in non interactive mode by @DrudgeRajen in https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/pull/391

    πŸ”’ Dependency updates

    • dep: Upgrade charmbracelet/glamour to 0.5.0 by @ankitpokhrel in https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/pull/309
    • dep: Upgrade rivo/tview to latest by @ankitpokhrel in https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/pull/310
    • dep: Upgrade outdated packages by @ankitpokhrel in https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/pull/311
    • dep: Upgrade cobra to 1.4.0 by @ankitpokhrel in https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/pull/373

    β˜•οΈ Other notable changes

    • Use md ext for tmp file to trigger vim syntax by @ElementalWarrior in https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/pull/318

    New Contributors

    • @danmichaelo made their first contribution in https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/pull/252
    • @stchar made their first contribution in https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/pull/300
    • @ElementalWarrior made their first contribution in https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/pull/318
    • @adolsalamanca made their first contribution in https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/pull/320
    • @GZLiew made their first contribution in https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/pull/325
    • @boyvanamstel made their first contribution in https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/pull/348
    • @danobi made their first contribution in https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/pull/372
    • @peterwwillis made their first contribution in https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/pull/387
    • @DrudgeRajen made their first contribution in https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/pull/394

    Full Changelog: https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/compare/v0.3.0...v1.0.0

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  • v1.0.0-beta.2(Jun 20, 2022)

    Yet another pre-release with some more features and fixes.

    What's Changed

    • feat: Jira init non-interactive by @ankitpokhrel in https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/pull/381
    • feat: Show subtasks in issue view by @ankitpokhrel in https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/pull/382
    • feat: Allow project filter in raw jql by @ankitpokhrel in https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/pull/395
    • fix: Issue with query param in user assignment by @ankitpokhrel in https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/pull/380
    • fix: Subtask clone by @ankitpokhrel in https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/pull/383
    • fix: editing issue with custom field in non interactive mode by @DrudgeRajen in https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/pull/391
    • ci: Add a Dockerfile by @peterwwillis in https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/pull/387
    • ci: Add workflow to publish docker image to ghcr by @ankitpokhrel in https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/pull/392
    • ci: Upgrade golangci version by @DrudgeRajen in https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/pull/394

    New Contributors

    • @peterwwillis made their first contribution in https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/pull/387
    • @DrudgeRajen made their first contribution in https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/pull/394

    Full Changelog: https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/compare/v1.0.0-beta.1...v1.0.0-beta.2

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  • v1.0.0-beta.1(May 29, 2022)

    Yet another pre-release with some features and fixes.

    🚨 Breaking changes

    • fix!: Append components on edit instead of overriding by @ankitpokhrel in https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/pull/368

    πŸ₯· What's added?

    • feat: Allow to set custom fields on epic create by @ankitpokhrel in https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/pull/364
    • feat: Allow to edit release-info/fixVersions by @ankitpokhrel in https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/pull/365
    • feat: Allow removing labels on edit by @ankitpokhrel in https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/pull/371
    • feat: Support creating issues with custom subtask type by @danobi in https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/pull/372
    • feat: Allow removing component on edit by @ankitpokhrel in https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/pull/374
    • feat: Allow removing fixVersions on edit by @ankitpokhrel in https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/pull/376
    • feat: Support custom fields on issue edit by @ankitpokhrel in https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/pull/377

    πŸ”’ Dependency updates

    • dep: Upgrade cobra to 1.4.0 by @ankitpokhrel in https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/pull/373

    New Contributors

    • @danobi made their first contribution in https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/pull/372

    Full Changelog: https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/compare/v1.0.0-beta...v1.0.0-beta.1

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    jira_1.0.0-beta.1_linux_armv6.tar.gz(5.97 MB)
    jira_1.0.0-beta.1_linux_i386.tar.gz(5.69 MB)
    jira_1.0.0-beta.1_linux_x86_64.tar.gz(6.18 MB)
    jira_1.0.0-beta.1_macOS_arm64.tar.gz(5.99 MB)
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  • v1.0.0-beta(May 9, 2022)

    This release is a pre-release before we move to the stable v1.0.0.

    🚨 Breaking changes

    • fix!: Replace limit flag with paginate by @ankitpokhrel in https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/pull/359
    • feat!: Append label to an issue, show labels at issue list view by @stchar in https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/pull/300
    • refactor!: Move boards and project list to subcommand by @ankitpokhrel in https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/pull/314

    πŸ₯· What's added?

    • feat: Support custom fields on issue create by @ankitpokhrel in https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/pull/319
    • feat: Add support to read from .netrc by @adolsalamanca in https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/pull/329
    • feat: Add support for OS keyrings/-chains by @boyvanamstel in https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/pull/348
    • feat: Support auth with personal access tokens by @marek-veber / @ankitpokhrel in https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/pull/327
    • feat: Allow to set fixVersions on issue creation by @ankitpokhrel in https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/pull/276
    • feat: Allow insecure TLS by @ankitpokhrel in https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/pull/305
    • feat: Add --no-browser option to open cmd by @ankitpokhrel in https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/pull/308
    • feat: Add search option for boards on jira init by @ankitpokhrel in https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/pull/322
    • feat: Add issues unlink command by @sushilkg in https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/pull/347
    • feat: Support refresh for issues list by @GZLiew in https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/pull/325
    • feat: Ability to delete issue by @ankitpokhrel in https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/pull/336

    🐞 What's fixed?

    • fix: Makefile compatiblity with Make 3.81 by @danmichaelo in https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/pull/252
    • fix: Config generation issue by @ankitpokhrel in https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/pull/275
    • fix(cfg): Strip trailing slash on server name by @ankitpokhrel in https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/pull/295
    • fix: Jira client should respect timeout opt by @ankitpokhrel in https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/pull/304
    • fix: Respect GLAMOUR_STYLE env on issue view by @ankitpokhrel in https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/pull/317
    • fix: Get subtask handle from config by @ankitpokhrel in https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/pull/296
    • fix: Jira wiki parser by @ankitpokhrel in https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/pull/326
    • fix: Display correctly columns in list sprint command help by @adolsalamanca in https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/pull/320
    • fix: Panic on empty sub-list by @ankitpokhrel in https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/pull/330
    • fix: Issue with assigning user by @ankitpokhrel in https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/pull/321
    • fix: OOM bug on issue view by @ankitpokhrel in https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/pull/350
    • fix: Assign parent key as is on edit by @ankitpokhrel in https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/pull/351
    • fix: Add additional check for total boards returned by @ankitpokhrel in https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/pull/360

    πŸ”’ Dependency updates

    • dep: Upgrade charmbracelet/glamour to 0.5.0 by @ankitpokhrel in https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/pull/309
    • dep: Upgrade rivo/tview to latest by @ankitpokhrel in https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/pull/310
    • dep: Upgrade outdated packages by @ankitpokhrel in https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/pull/311

    β˜•οΈ Other notable changes

    • Use md ext for tmp file to trigger vim syntax by @ElementalWarrior in https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/pull/318

    New Contributors

    • @danmichaelo made their first contribution in https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/pull/252
    • @stchar made their first contribution in https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/pull/300
    • @ElementalWarrior made their first contribution in https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/pull/318
    • @adolsalamanca made their first contribution in https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/pull/320
    • @GZLiew made their first contribution in https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/pull/325
    • @boyvanamstel made their first contribution in https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/pull/348

    Full Changelog: https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/compare/v0.3.0...v1.0.0-beta

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  • v0.3.0(Jan 10, 2022)

    πŸ₯· What's added?

    • feat: Add additional info in view cmd https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/pull/209 @ankitpokhrel
    • feat: Show linked issues when viewing https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/pull/219 @ankitpokhrel
    • feat: Show latest comment when viewing https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/pull/220 @ankitpokhrel
    • feat: Add an option to load N comments when viewing issue https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/pull/226 @ankitpokhrel

    Snapshot of the issue view mode

    🐞 What's fixed?

    • fix: Allow config generations even when no boards https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/pull/216 @sushilkg
    • fix: Off by one error in wiki parser https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/pull/224 @ankitpokhrel
    • fix: Language support for Jira cloud https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/pull/234 @ankitpokhrel
    • fix(docs): Optional COMMENT_BODY https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/pull/236 @realtime-neil
    • fix: Respect BROWSER env https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/pull/253 @ankitpokhrel

    β˜•οΈ Other notable changes

    • cfg: A new field handle is added in issue.types section as part of https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/pull/234
    • build: Reproducible builds https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/pull/244 https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/pull/245 @realtime-neil
    • build: Initialize version using runtime build info https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/pull/249 @ankitpokhrel

    Full Changelog: https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/compare/v0.2.0...v0.3.0

    To all direct/indirect contributors and backers, Thank you πŸ’š

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  • v0.2.0(Nov 20, 2021)

    ⚠️ This version has some breaking changes in the config file and, you will need to regenerate the config for all features to work.

    πŸ’‘ Notable changes

    πŸ₯· What's added?

    • feat: Allow to assign epic on create https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/pull/194
    • feat: Cmd to add issues to sprint https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/pull/205
    • feat: Allow to filter by parent https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/pull/197
    • feat: Add order-by filter #206
    • feat: Add type on project listing https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/pull/190

    🐞 What's fixed?

    • fix: Make epic add work in next-gen project https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/pull/195
    • fix: Epic creation for next-gen project https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/pull/192
    • fix: Make epic remove work in next-gen project https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/pull/196
    • fix: Make epic list work for next-gen project https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/pull/201
    • fix: Segmentation fault on view https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/pull/202
    • fix(tui): Link/key copy is broken for altered key col https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/pull/204

    πŸ“— Config changes

    • cfg!: Expand config to include project type https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/pull/191
    • cfg!: Rename field to name and add link field to epic https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/pull/193

    πŸ”’ Dependency updates

    • dep: Upgrade rivo/tview https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/pull/176
    • dep: Upgrade outdated deps to latest https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/pull/177
    • dep: Use Go 1.17 https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/pull/178

    Full Changelog: https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/compare/v0.1.1...v0.2.0

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  • v0.1.1(Nov 3, 2021)

    What's Changed

    • Fix example URL spelling in generator.go by @DannyJJK in https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/pull/171
    • fix: Epic field is linked differently in v7 by @ankitpokhrel in https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/pull/174

    New Contributors

    • @DannyJJK made their first contribution in https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/pull/171 and https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/issues/173

    Full Changelog: https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/compare/v0.1.0...v0.1.1

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  • v0.1.0(Oct 31, 2021)

    This release adds most requested support for the on-premise jira installation πŸ”₯

    What's Changed

    • feat: On-premise/local jira installation is almost fully supported πŸŽ‰ #138
    • feat: Allow Tab to toggle focus between the sidebar and the contents screen #157
    • feat: Command to generate UNIX style man pages for section 7 #142
    • fix: Cursor in terminal disappears if command exits with error #162 #163
    • Some minor enhancements, fixes and upgrades #135 #146 #166 #169

    Special thanks to all direct and indirect contributors:

    • @kmdpl @fraggerfox @szemek @sushilkg @samundra ⭐
    • Some awesome people at Reddit who helped to test the tool πŸ’š
    • All early adopters of the tool ⚑

    Full changelog: https://github.com/ankitpokhrel/jira-cli/compare/v0.0.0...v0.1.0

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  • v0.0.0(Sep 5, 2021)

    Initial Release

    This is the very first release of the Jira CLI tool.

    Features

    • Interactive mode + an option to easily integrate with shell/automation scripts using standard POSIX-complaint flags.
    • Easy search and navigation. For instance, you can easily search for something like:
      # Issues that are of high priority, is in progress, was created this month, and has a label called backend
      $ jira issue list -yHigh -s"In Progress" --created month -lbackend
      
    • Create a neat Jira ticket (and comment) using Github-flavored + Jira-flavored markdown as a template. Supports pre-defined templates.
    • The ticket details are translated to markdown from the Atlassian document and is beautifully displayed on the screen when you view it.
    • Easy sprint and epic navigation. You can quickly view tickets in previous, current, and next sprint tickets using flags like --prev, --next, and --current eg: jira sprint list --current.
    • Fast and straightforward ticket cloning with the ability to replace text in summary and description.
    • You can edit, link, assign and transition the issues with ease.
    • Supports multiple Jira servers using --config flag or XDG_CONFIG_HOME env.
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