Integrate PlasticSCM with GitHub. Access your issues directly from Plastic!
User email: Your email account that is associated with GitHub.
Branch Prefix: By default, we suggest "task".
Project owner: User or organization account that owns the repository.
Project name: Repository name.
Authentication Token: Go to https://github.com/settings/ tokens/new and create a Personal token with repo and write:discussion scopes.
Plastic WebUI: Customize the URL. After doing a commit on Plastic the GitHub issue will have a comment linked with the commit using the provided URL.
Timeout: Timeout in seconds, by default 100.
Linux: true or false, enables or disables Linux support.
Download the latest release and extract file contents inside the client folder of your PlasticSCM installation. Usually:
Note: UI may look a little bit different on newer versions of PlasticSCM but steps are the same.
Run PlasticSCM, go to Preferences / Issue trackers. You should see on the dropdown GitHub Extension.
Select a Working Mode from the dropdown and configure the extension. For more information see Extension Parameters at the top of this file.
Before doing a check-in, you can link your PlasticSCM changeset with a Github Issue (if using WorkingMode=TaskOnChangeset, otherwise you can do it via-branching):
Windows only: If you want to Build this project locally, clone this repo and open the solution with Visual Studio as an Administrator user.
To see the extension on the dropdown, you'll first need to modify the file customextensions.conf, located in your PlasticSCM installation folder, inside /client directory.
Add the following line:
In case that your PlasticSCM installation is not located on C:\Program Files\PlasticSCM5\client, additionally, you need to open on your text editor the file src/GitHubExtension.csproj (not the .sln!) and replace C:\Program Files\PlasticSCM5\client with your installation path (it appears multiple times).
Finally, you'll need to double check that Output Path and Start External program are configured to run PlasticSCM, see the following images:
For more information: See PlasticSCM documentation.
This project is developed and maintained by Equilaterus.