There are commit-log commands to:
- Easily set an issue's status to Fixed.
- Update any aspect of the issue, and add a comment.
- Enter a new issue.
- Request a code review.
Now, your commit links to the issues, the issues are closed, and a back-link is added from each issue to the revision.
Updating an issue, without closing it, can be useful when a commit partially resolves the issue. And, opening a new issue is useful when you know that follow-up work will be needed. For more information and examples, see our issue tracker documentation.