Crucible 3.1 release notes
27 August 2013
Today we're excited to release Crucible 3.1, which brings you a cleaner and faster interface. We've also added some further JIRA integration points.
The Crucible 3.1 changelog is at the bottom of this page.
The new Dashboard
Crucible's new dashboard makes your pending reviews the highest priority, putting them right at the top and clearly indicating their urgency. The repository and project navigator lets you jump to your recent content (try pressing Enter as soon as you launch the dashboard), and includes filters and keyboard shortcuts that facilitate navigation, especially when your organization has hundreds of repositories.
QuickNav and QuickSearch improvements
Previously in Crucible, QuickSearch was limited to searching 100 repositories concurrently. Now, in Crucible 3.1, you can search across files and directories, commit messages, and committers, for every one of your repositories. And it's 40% faster. And you can order search results by date. Furthermore, QuickNav now uses the same indexes as QuickSearch, so it's faster too, and it produces the same results as QuickSearch:
Note that upgrading to Crucible 3.1 requires an upgrade to the cross-repository index. See the Crucible upgrade guide for details.
New JIRA issue dialog
Now, when you click on any linked JIRA issue key in Crucible, you'll see a dialog that displays a summary of the issue details. From that dialog, you can transition the workflow for the issue, and easily click through to edit the issue in JIRA:
Transition JIRA issues from within Crucible
Previously in Crucible, you could transition a JIRA issue linked to a review at the time that you closed the review. Now you can advance the workflow for any JIRA issue mentioned in Crucible at any time, right from within Crucible – just click the issue link to see the transitions available to you:
Read more about JIRA issue transitions in Crucible ...
Simplified reminder for overdue reviewers
Alerting reviewers about an overdue review is now a simple 1-click action:
Improved browsing performance
The display of the file source page is now 60% faster in Crucible 3.1.
Native SVN 1.7 support
Crucible 3.1 now supports the native JavaHL 1.7 SVN client. It does not support the native JavaHL 1.6 SVN client. See Native support for SVN for more details.
Crucible 3.1 now supports OpenJDK 1.7. See Supported platforms for details.
This section will contain information about the Crucible 3.1 minor releases as they become available. These releases will be free to all customers with active Crucible software maintenance.
If you are upgrading from an earlier version of Crucible, please read the Crucible upgrade guide.
The issues listed below are just the highlights of all those that have been resolved for the Crucible 3.1.x releases.
Crucible 3.1.7 is a security maintanance release. See FishEye and Crucible Security Advisory 2014-05-21.
There are no Crucible-specific fixes in this release. See the FishEye 3.1 release notes for some general issues that have been fixed.
This release also includes some minor security fixes.
Fixes a bug which can cause review indexing to fail when upgrading from versions prior to 3.0.
11 September 2013 - Crucible 3.1.2
- a few XSS security issues addressed