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Starting a proper implementation of jic from the scratch. All the legacy
prototyping code is moved to a proper location.

Signed-off-by: Serge Broslavsky <serge.broslavsky@linaro.org>
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To provide an engineer-friendly in-terminal interface to Atlassian JIRA.


Initially jic was prototyped in Python. That language was selected to speed up the proof-of-concept development to make it cheaper and speed up the switch over to a proper implementation in C.

Due to the lack of bandwidth the original author allowed the prototype to bitrot to a degree when it can't be installed on a fresh modern system (as of May 2016).

The decision has been made to perform the switch over in the end of May 2016 and start the development of a proper version of jic. The effort is supported by Linaro http://www.linaro.org as one of the primary users for the tool.


JIC sources are hosted on GitHub at:



The project uses semantic versioning (see http://semver.org/ for explanation for the approach).


Please join jic-dev mailing list hosted by Linaro:


Patches are expected to be sent as emails to the mailing list (above).

Bugs and feature requests are tracked on GitHub:



  1. Serge Broslavsky serge.broslavsky@linaro.org The idea, design, core of the tool, maintainership.


This program is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation, version 2 of the License.

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