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License:
Shareware
Size:
624 KB
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Downloads:
2342
Platform:
Windows All
Publisher:
ALM Works(more)
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Publisher's Descriptions
TrackLink is an Integrated Development Environment plug-in that brings issue tracking closer to the source code and to the developer. With TrackLink you may view issues in IDE, track which issues you are working on, associate source code with issues.

TrackLink requires that Deskzilla or JIRA Client is installed.

Supported IDE:

IntelliJ IDEA (version 5.1 and later)
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Features
View and filter issues in IDE;
Analyze stack trace from an issue;
Place links to issues in source code comments;
View and monitor query result in a tool window;
Automatically generate VCS commit log message;
Search links to issues both in the source code and in VCS.

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We do not allow the inclusion of any TrackLink serial, keygen or crack and we disclaim any liability for the inappropriate use of TrackLink.
FindMySoft advises that TrackLink should be only used in accordance with the rules of intellectual property and the existing Criminal Code.
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