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A small OS X service that allows you to select bug numbers in text and use a keyboard shortcut to open (1 bug) or list them (n bugs) on bugzilla.mozilla.org. http://alex.keybl.com/?p=23
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About === Copy/paste appears to be the method of choice for viewing specific bug numbers in bugzilla, so I've thrown together a small OS X service that allows you to select bug #s in text and use a keyboard shortcut to open (1 bug) or list them (n bugs) on bugzilla.mozilla.org. Note that bug #s <100, 1990-2020, and >100000000 are not considered bugs. Compatibility === Mac OS X 10.5 or later (only 10.7 tested) History === v0.1 - Initial commit How to Install === 1) Open Finder 2) Shift+cmd+g to ~/Library/ 3) Go to Services (create the folder if necessary) 4) Unzip "BugParser.zip" into that folder (you should now see BugParser.service in that directory) 5) Log-out and back in or run the following at the commandline: /System/Library/CoreServices/pbs 6) Go to System Preferences, the Keyboard Pane, Services and find "Open in Bugzilla" 7) Click the checkbox to enable the service, and double-click to the right of the label to set a keyboard shortcut 8) Now select some text and hit your keyboard shortcut to launch Bugzilla in the default web browser.