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January 5, 2021 at 3:32pm
Hi (michael-hagar) 👋. Yes, that came with the VSCode extension at one point. You can disable this behaviour in the extension settings (search for
stepsize commit hook), and find existing hooks in the
.git/hooks/post-commitfile of your repos if you'd like to remove the file completely. Please let me know if I can help with anything else 🙂
February 15, 2021 at 4:19pm
but can't get any authentication token..
can any help on how to make intellij stepsize plugin work..
After you login, can you please find the “Integrations” section in the left sidebar. Then select “Editor integrations”
On the page there, you should be able to see your authentication token which you’ll be able to copy and use within the IntelliJ plugin.
Can you let me know if those steps work for you? If you have any other questions, or if you’re still unable to authenticate, let me know 🙂
Sorry, I am only seeing this .. no integrations menu
(nagkumar) Can you give that another try please? I've just changed a setting on your account.
But now it gives another error. .Wrong repository error: Make sure you are in a Git repository with a remote set
I am trying on my local machine code, where verstion control is local svn
Great to hear that it’s working now.
Our integrations only work within git repositories at the moment.
I’d suggest booking a demo with us here https://www.stepsize.com/request-demo. One of the team will chat about your use case and will help you work out how to make the most out of our platform.
February 16, 2021 at 1:25am
February 16, 2021 at 3:15pm
GIT clone automatically makes it remote enabled. I resolved the issue by disabling github plugin of android studio. Having only git plugin works fine. I observed the issue with github plugin in android-studio-ide-193.6626763-windows version of the Android studio.
In any case, how does stepsize calculate techdebt, in my IDE, it shows form where I have to fill everything... Including techdebt time etc..
Great! Nice to hear that it’s working now.
Stepsize helps you and your team track and manage tech debt. You can use our simple integrations to track debt as you come across it in your code editor, on your code hosting provider (GitHub etc) or directly within our web app.
I’d highly suggest booking a demo with us here https://www.stepsize.com/request-demo. We’ll go over the platform in detail and answer any questions that you might have :)