Update work items on commit for git
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Allow resolving of work items when committing to git on Visual Studio Online.
Stefan William-Worrall commented
Why has the voting closed on this?
Has Microsoft committed to delivering this yet?
Pierre GARNIER commented
Why is this still not possible when many people wait for it for such a long time ?
seriously? still not added? this feature would be absolutely useful in every place
Voting has closed, but still +1 here!
Marouen GHARBI commented
Any news ?
We really need this feature.
Ken Mamelund commented
We recently moved from TFS to GIT and this is missing in the new Azure DevOps/Visual Studio Git integration. Please add this feature to the GIT integration.
Derek Foulk commented
Wow. This is a must-have feature if you're trying to pull people from GitHub.
Still waiting for this feature guys.....
Chris Sena commented
@MSFT Any news or comment on this request?
Jacob Foshee commented
I'd like to write something like:
Closes task #1234
I also like the GitHub approach.
It does not look very hard to implement and would be a very useful feature...
Luis Alejandro Martínez Faneyth commented
Why this hasn't been implemented? I have to go manually close the Task -_-u
Andreas Olsson commented
Seriously? Still not added?
Trying to keep this question alive.
As we are completing Pull Requests we only want the state to change to Resolved (or similar pre-set state other than closed). It is natural for us to go from completed pull request to start acceptance testing - it is not complete just because the code is ready.
- Is there any progress on this issue?
Is it still not a thing?
This is totally essential, even assembla has had this for years
Anders Dalvander commented
A syntax similar to GitHub would be awesome: https://help.github.com/articles/closing-issues-using-keywords/
It will quite benefit us for connecting changing work item states with commit messages. Such as format "active#ID" can will change thethe work item state to Active, the format "resolved#ID" will change the work item state to Resolved, and the format "closed#ID" will change the work item to Closed state etc.
Glenn Versweyveld commented
Changing the status of work items through the use of a GIT commit would be awesome!