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Extending JUnit? / Linking JUnit and Jira?

Last Modified: 2016-12-08

I am currently trying to extend JUnit. What I would like to do, is to create an Annotation that sets a Jira issue to "resolved" as soon as the test method succeeds. I was thinking of something like:

void TestMethodForIssueXYZ223()

Is there any way of extending JUnit in this way, or would I have to hack it in there somehow?
Is there another way, I haven't thought of, for implementing this type of functionality? ( I Hope so )
Is there allready a tool that provides this type of functionality? ( I doubt it, since I was Googling for such a tool for several hours )

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