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Redmine mylyn connector

Mylyn Connector for Redmine 2.0.0 onwards

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API Connector for mylyn [redmine-myln-connector] as developed originally by Sven Krzyzak (

Note for Redmine 1.* users: consider if will suit your needs

This plugin provides additional API functionality within Redmine, and is part-modification of the original project providing a working base for redmine 2.0 upwards.

Redmine is a flexible project management web application, released under the terms of the GNU General Public License v2 (GPL) at


As of 1.8.0 of this plugin, Redmine 2.0.0 or greater is required, Rails 2.3.2 (onwards), with test-cases requiring libxml-ruby Gem.


Before installing ensure that the Redmine instance is stopped.

  1. cd [redmine-install-dir]/plugins
  2. git clone git://
  3. cd ..
  4. rake db:migrate_plugins RAILS_ENV=production
  5. bundle install --without development test

After these steps re-start your instance of Redmine and the plugin will be installed.


Before uninstalling please ensure that the Redmine instance is stopped.

  1. cd [redmine-install-dir]
  2. rm -Rf plugins/redmine_mylyn_connector

After these steps re-start your instance of Redmine.


The plugin comes with a test suite that can be run once the plugin is installed into a Redmine instance.

The process to run the functional tests is as follows

  1. cd [redmine-install-dir]/plugins/redmine_mylyn_connector
  2. bundle install --without development
  3. rake

There are known bugs on the integration test at present which will be rectified at a later point.

Reporting an Issue

If you have a problem, please report it on the github project -

However if you do have an issue with Redmine, or that is not related to the plugin they either need to go via the support portal at Redmine ( or the support portal relevent to the plugin.

Be sure to include Rails version, plugin version, and when possible a stack trace of the error being seen.


If you've added something, why not share it. Fork the repository (, make the changes and send a pull request to the maintainers.

Changes with tests, and full documentation are preferred.


This plugin was created by Sven Krzyzak

This plugin is currently maintained by Daniel Munn