Referencing Tickets in Commit Messages¶
By placing a special keyword in a commit message, the bug tracking system (Currently Redmine) can associate a commit with a specific ticket automatically, creating a link in the ticket to the relevant commits.
When using these keywords immediately follow them by a # and then the ticket number, such as “Ticket #1234”. They are not case sensitive.
The following keywords will reference a ticket but take no action on the ticket status:
refs, references, IssueID, ticket, bug, feature, todo, redmine
The following keywords will not only reference the ticket, but automatically move the ticket to a feedback state:
fix, fixes, fixed, close, closes, closed, resolve, resolves, resolved, implement, implements, implemented, finish, finishes, finished
Keep this in mind when submitting changes in github pull requests for existing issues.