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  1. Jenkins
  2. JENKINS-54868

Display Organization/Project and Repository name(s) on the job details page

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      Currently when checking out multiple repositories or a single repository with submodules the Git plugin only displays the commit sha(s) and branch name(s) for each of the repositories being checked out on the job details page and as part of the Git Build Data.

      It would be useful to have the Organization/Project and Repository name(s) displayed alongside the commit sha(s) and branch name(s). This makes it easier to associate the changes to the repository.

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            tarungidwani Tarun Gidwani created issue -
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            Link This issue is related to JENKINS-47689 [ JENKINS-47689 ]
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            Link This issue is related to JENKINS-29840 [ JENKINS-29840 ]
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            Labels configuration git jenkins pipeline plugin plugins configuration git newbie-friendly pipeline
            zedasvacas Fábio Silva made changes -
            Assignee Fábio Silva [ zedasvacas ]
            xiongkezhi Kezhi Xiong made changes -
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            xiongkezhi Kezhi Xiong added a comment -

            I have successfully tried to add the organization/project name and made it looks like this.  

            But as you can see above, I still haven't found the right way to get the repository name. As far as I know, there is not a specific defined 'name' for a git repository. For a local repository, the name should be the root folder name; or if it is a GitHub repo, the only way to get the repository is to parse the repository address. Any further suggestions? Thanks very much! 

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            xiongkezhi Kezhi Xiong added a comment - I have successfully tried to add the organization/project name and made it looks like this.   But as you can see above, I still haven't found the right way to get the repository name. As far as I know, there is not a specific defined 'name' for a git repository. For a local repository, the name should be the root folder name; or if it is a GitHub repo, the only way to get the repository is to parse the repository address. Any further suggestions? Thanks very much! 

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              • Assignee:
                zedasvacas Fábio Silva
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                tarungidwani Tarun Gidwani
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