Every developer must have this hook on his local machine in order to:
Commit codes locally several times then pushes it to the server.
Merge auto-commits with auto-messages without referencing to a Jira ticket.
The commit-msg hook is a python script file and it must be placed in the developer’s local repository as:
.git/hooks/commit-msg. There is no server-side hook required.
The following settings must be configured in the script file:
JIRA_XMLRPC — path to Jira.
JIRA_USER, JIRA_PASSWORD — developer’s credentials.
JIRA_TICKET_PATTERN — pattern that will search ticket references.
In Linux and OSX, this file must have executable permissions in the file system; in Windows, setting this permission is not necessary. To use the hook in Windows without python installed, see Python on Windows FAQ ».
See the commit-msg hook code on the right panel or download the sample commit-msg file , make the necessary changes, and place it in the required folder.
The commit-msg hook is a python script file that must be located in the developer’s local repository.
Sample contents of the commit-msg file:
#!/usr/bin/python # # This script is intended to be run as a commit-msg script in a GIT # repository and check the presence of Jira ticket numbers in the log messages. # # - NO_Jira_TICKET_MESSAGE (an error message returned to the user when the # svn commit message doesn't contain a jira ticket); # - INVALID_JIRA_TICKET_MESSAGE (an error message returned to the user when # the svn commit message contains an invalid jira ticket); # - JIRA_XMLRPC (url of the Jira XML-RPC server); # - JIRA_USER (name of the Jira user who has permission to look up issues in # the Jira server); # - JIRA_PASSWORD (password of the Jira user described above); import sys import re import xmlrpclib NO_JIRA_TICKET_MESSAGE = 'No Jira ticket present in the commit message. Please include the Jira ticket enclosed in brackets: [ABC-789].' INVALID_JIRA_TICKET_MESSAGE = 'Proper Jira ticket syntax was found, but none were valid tickets. Please check the tickets and try again.' TOO_MANY_JIRA_TICKETS_MESSAGE = 'Only 1 Jira ticket is allowed per commit. Please commit only 1 change at a time.' INVALID_ISSUE_TYPE_MESSAGE = 'You may not commit against subtasks or task-splits. Please commit against the parent ticket.' JIRA_XMLRPC = 'https://jira.example.com/rpc/xmlrpc' JIRA_USER = 'user' JIRA_PASSWORD = 'password' JIRA_TICKET_PATTERN = re.compile(r'[(w+?-d+?)]') FAULT_MSG_ISSUE_NOT_FOUND = 'com.atlassian.jira.rpc.exception.RemotePermissionException' def check_message(message): tickets = JIRA_TICKET_PATTERN.findall(message) if not tickets: return NO_JIRA_TICKET_MESSAGE if len(tickets) > 1: return TOO_MANY_JIRA_TICKETS_MESSAGE ticket = tickets try: issue = proxy.jira1.getIssue(auth, ticket) except xmlrpclib.Fault, e: if e.faultString.find(FAULT_MSG_ISSUE_NOT_FOUND) >= 0: return INVALID_JIRA_TICKET_MESSAGE else: raise # Check if issue is subtask or task-split if issue['type'] == '8' or issue['type'] == '5': return INVALID_ISSUE_TYPE_MESSAGE return None proxy = xmlrpclib.ServerProxy(JIRA_XMLRPC) try: auth = proxy.jira1.login(JIRA_USER, JIRA_PASSWORD) except: print >> sys.stderr, 'Cannot connect to Jira: ' + str(sys.exc_info()) sys.exit(2) msg_file = open(sys.argv, 'r') msg = msg_file.read() err_msg = check_message(msg) if err_msg: print >> sys.stderr, 'Error: %snCommit message:n%s' % (err_msg, msg) sys.exit(1)