Having recently signed up and added the Bitbucket integration, we really like the ability to add, say,
Fixes PROJECT-42 into a git commit messages and have Sentry do the clever ‘resolved’ magic.
The only problem is that you have to remember to do this before pushing your commit. In some cases, you may not be able to tell in advance whether or not it does actually fix the issue.
Is there any way of doing the equivalent of the ‘Fixes’ magic retrospectively? Of letting sentry know, after the git commit, that a particular commit resolves the problem? Or can that only be done at the release level?
Of course, I can paste a URL to the commit into the comments, but that’s a bit crude in comparison