youtrack2gitlab

Import YouTrack issues into GitLab.

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YouTrack2GitLab

Import YouTrack issues into GitLab.

Install

npm install -g youtrack2gitlab

Usage

yt2gl -i <input> -u <users> -g <gitlaburl> -p <project> -t <token>

Options

-i, --input
 CSV file exported from YouTrack (Example: issues.csv)

-u, --users
 User mapping file (Example: users.json)

-g, --gitlaburl
 GitLab URL hostname (Example: gitlab.example.com)

-p, --project
 GitLab project name including namespace (Example: mycorp/myproj)

-t, --token
 An admin user's private token (Example: a2r33oczFyQzq53t23Vj)

User Mapping File

In order to correctly map users you should create a JSON file with the following format and specify it with the -u switch:

[
  {
    "yt_username": "USER'S USERNAME IN YOUTRACK",
    "yt_name": "USER'S NAME IN YOUTRACK",
    "gl_username": "USER'S USERNAME IN GITLAB",
    "gl_private_token": "USER'S PRIVATE TOKEN IN GITLAB"
  },
  …
]

Notes

  • Make sure the input CSV file only includes issues for the project you want to import.
  • Make sure that all users have write access to the specified repository or some issues will fail to import. A safer approach is to set repository's Visibility Level to Public and revert it when the import process is complete.
  • In version 6.4.3, GitLab API does not support setting creation date of issues. So all imported issues will have a creation time of now.
  • In version 6.4.3, GitLab API fails to import issues with very long titles.
  • In version 6.4.3, GitLab does not allow issues to be deleted. So be careful when importing issues into an active project.
  • Milestones are not currently supported.

Version History

  • 1.0
    • Initial release

Author

Soheil Rashidi

Copyright 2014 Soheil Rashidi

Licensed under the The MIT License (the "License"); you may not use this work except in compliance with the License. You may obtain a copy of the License in the LICENSE file, or at:

http://www.opensource.org/licenses/mit-license.php

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