Neapolitan Pasta Maker


    2.1.4 • Public • Published


    This tool loads JIRA information for your git branches, as long as your branches are named with the JIRA issue keys.


    Install Gijit globally with the following.

    $ npm install -g gijit

    The very first time you invoke gijit it will ask for your atlassian host, username and an API Token, which you can obtain by visiting This information will be stored in your home folder as a file gijit.config.js.

    $ gijit


    gijit all

    Show information for all local branches. The response will look like the following.

    │ Key        │ Summary                 │ Type │ Priority │ Status  │ Assignee │ Creator │ Labels │
    │ DEV-5814   │ Create a get all page   │ Task │ Major    │ Open    │  │ baz.tar │ page   │
    │ DEV-5975   │ Create a search feature │ Task │ Major    │ Open    │  │ baz.tar │ search │
    │ DEV-6745 * │ Fix bug in show details │ Bug  │ Minor    │ Testing │  │ baz.tar │ detail │

    gijit detail

    This shows the detailed view for the JIRA item associated with the current branch.

    gijit detail <issueKey>

    Optionally you can pass a JIRA issue key, e.g. gijit detail DEV-1234, and it will show information for issue with key DEV-1234.

    gijit search <jiraQuery>

    This will return the search results for any JIRA query, for example gijit search ' and status=open'

    gijit open <issueKey>

    This will open the issue corresponding to the current branch in the default browser. If issueKey is given it will open that issue in the default browser.

    gijit comment

    Show comments assocated with current branch

    gijit comment -i <issueKey>

    Show comments associated with issueKey

    gijit comment -i <issueKey> -m <commentBody>

    Add a comment to issue specified by issueKey, if not -i is not given then comment will be added to issue related with current branch

    gijit comment -i <issueKey> -c <commentId> -m <commentBody>

    Replace comment specified by commentId with new commentBody for issueKey

    gijit user [<query>]

    If no query is given show list of all users. If query string is provided, show users matching query string


    You can customize how the items are rendered by editing the gijit.config.js file, and add a property called config. The following properties are allowed (and are the defaults).

    // contents of gijit.config.js
    module.exports = {
      host: /* host */,
      username: /* your username */,
      password: /* your API token. To get an API token visit */,
      config: {
        colors: true, // enable/disable colors
        fields: {
          key: { color: "bold" }, // any of the chalk colors are allowed
          summary: { width: 80 },
          issuetype: { color: "cyan" },
          priority: { color: "magenta" },
          status: { color: "gray" },
          project: {},
          assignee: { color: "blue" },
          reporter: { color: "green" },
          creator: { color: "green" },
          created: { color: "dim" },
          updated: { color: "dim" },
          environment: { color: "dim" },
          labels: { color: "yellow", width: 30 },
          description: { width: 80 }
        lineFields: [
          // fields to be displayed in the table for
          // `gijit all` and `gijit search` commands


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