February 2012 - FishEye Crucible 2.7 upgrade notes

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Summary of FishEye and Crucible releases

FishEye 2.7 — 7 September 2011 (release notes)

Applies to FishEye OnDemand:

  • Smart Commits – Replaces OnDemand commit commands. See Changes to Commit Commands below.
  • JIRA FishEye Plugin Improvements
  • Small Improvements
    • Syntax highlighting for Java 7, Groovy, Velocity and Scala.
    • HEAD label in revisions page only appears for currently selected branch (or default branch if All is selected).

Does not apply to FishEye OnDemand:

  • Managed Git Repositories
  • Web Hooks
  • Small Improvements
    • FishEye can now run on Java 7
    • Improved user interface for the administration screens
    • Improved plugin points for developers

FishEye 2.6 — 6 June 2011 (release notes)

Applies to FishEye OnDemand:

  • Repository Commit Graph
  • Improved Quick Search – Please note, this only applies to the quick search in FishEye OnDemand, not the Atlassian OnDemand quick search available in the navigation bar.
  • Redesigned HTML Emails

  • Dashboard and Navigation Improvements

Does not apply to FishEye OnDemand:

  • User Management via JIRA
  • Improved Support for Git Branches
  • Git Commit Authors include Email Address
  • Mercurial Indexing Improvements

Crucible 2.7 — 7 September 2011 (release notes)

Applies to Crucible OnDemand:

  • JIRA Transitions in Crucible
  • Review Reminders 
  • Small Improvements – As per the FishEye 2.7 Small Improvements

Does not apply to Crucible OnDemand:

  • Small Improvements – As per the FishEye 2.7 Small Improvements

Crucible 2.6 — 6 June 2011 (release notes)

Applies to Crucible OnDemand:

  • New Quick Search
  • HTML Emails for Reviews
  • Dashboard and Navigation Improvements
  • Review Creation without Metadata Changes
  • Improved Patch Anchoring

Does not apply to Crucible OnDemand:

  • SQL Server Support
  • Oracle Support

Changes to Commit Commands

Commit commands have been replaced with FishEye smart commits, with the introduction of FishEye 2.7 OnDemand.

Please be aware of the following changes between commit commands and smart commits. Documentation for smart commits is available in the FishEye documentation: Using Smart Commits.

Commit Commands Smart Commits
Crucible reviews could not be created using commit commands. Crucible reviews can now be created using smart commits.
Commit commands supports the JIRA default workflow transitions. Commit commands for custom workflow transitions had to be manually configured. FishEye will automatically find and match the prefix for an issue transition, regardless of whether it is a default or custom JIRA transition.
For example, if you have transition name with spaces, such as finish work then specifying #finish is sufficient. Hyphens replace spaces: #finish-work

Commit commands allowed the resolution to be set when resolving an issue.

Smart commits do not allow the resolution to be set when resolving an issue.
Logging work – a work log description can be saved when logging work.

Smart commits currently do not allow a work log description to be saved when logging work.

FE-3757 - Work Log Description Not Populated with Smart Commit Closed

Logging work – work can be logged with multiple time parameters (e.g. 4d 2h).

Smart commits currently only allows a single time parameter. If more than one time parameter is entered, then only the first is recorded.

FE-3885 - Smart Commits: Using the #time command with a complex time format (i.e. 2d 4h) only saves the 2d part Closed

Triggering builds – builds can be triggered via commit commands. Triggering builds – builds cannot be triggered via smart commits.

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