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  2. FE-3885

Smart Commits: Using the #time command with a complex time format (i.e. 2d 4h) only saves the 2d part

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      As described on the documentation of Smart Commits is possible to specify:

      <n>w <n>d <n>h <n>m <work log comment> where <n> is a user-specified time period.
      

      And the given example goes:

      #time 1w 2d 4h 30m Total work logged — this command would record 1 week, 2 days, 4hours and 30 minutes against an issue, and add the comment 'Total work logged' in the Work Log tab of the issue.
      

      Expected:

      The issue should have the work log saved with the proper time. Not only with the first part of the time expression.

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              Assignee:
              npellow Nick Pellow
              Reporter:
              fcuozzo Felipe Cuozzo
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