My project has 2 ticket system instances, /bugs and /feature-requests. I added a comment to a ticket in /feature-requests, containing the Markdown link code
[#46]in order to link to feature request #46 - that is, a ticket in the same instance. Click Preview to check, and I find out the link it created is to the other ticket instance: /bugs/46 rather than the correct /feature-requests/46. (I have to use
[feature-requests:#46]to work around this.)
Unqualified artifact links in the /bugs ticket instance correctly link to tickets under /bugs. But I have 2 other projects (pgtclng and pgintcl) with the same problem, in reverse. Unqualified artifact links from inside either /bugs or /feature-requests tickets both create links to tickets under /feature-requests.
I see the same problem here. The link
[#4]is linking to /doc-todo/4 rather than /site-support/4 as you can see here: [#4] (At least, that is what I see - not sure if you see the same thing.)
Note that in all these cases, an artifact with the given number exists in both of the ticket instances.
In each example he gives, the one it defaults to is the first listed in the nav. If an artifact is being linked to within a tickets instance, it should check the instance it's already in first before checking others.
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