Beanstalk Integration with Torch Project Management (for Developers)

Using Beanstalk's web hooks, Torch can now receive commit information.

What You Can Do:

The commit messages are posted to the appropriate project. You can also checkoff tasks/events (more than one if you wish) as well as categorize the message. If the project is for a client, you can also include time entries. Here is an example of a commit message:

Versions Commit Window

This results in:

commit message in torch

Setting Up the Integration:

First get the integration URL; this is under the "Integration" sub section of the "Help" tab:

wbp-systems-help-integration-annotated

NOTE: Part of the URL is blocked out because it contains the project token, however, you must copy the entire URL.

This URL is unique for each project you decide to integrate, so make sure you are on the right project before you copy the URL.

In Beanstalk, select the appropriate repository then select the "Setup" tab. Select the "Integration" sub section then "Web hooks":

web-hooks-integration-beanstalk

Click on "Activate", then follow the onscreen instructions:

web-hooks-integration-step-1

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2 Responses to “Beanstalk Integration with Torch Project Management (for Developers)”

  1. WBP SYSTEMS / Weblog » Blog Archive » Improved Beanstalk Integration in Torch Project Management Says:

    [...] May we released integration with Beanstalk. This allows users of both Torch and Beanstalk to create time entries, check-off events/tasks and categorize the message without leaving the subversion commit process. Now, thanks to the folks at Beanstalk, we’ve [...]

  2. WBP SYSTEMS / Weblog » Blog Archive » Torch Project Management has Expense Tracking Says:

    [...] Expenses from a WebHooked App (like Beanstalk or [...]

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