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24 February 2010

With pleasure, Atlassian presents version 2.0 beta of the Atlassian Connector for Eclipse.

We've overhauled Crucible reviews in your Eclipse IDE this release. The new Crucible Review perspective allows you to work on the review as well as the file content at the same time, without having to switch back and forth between the two. The Crucible Review perspective also organises your workspace into a logical layout that makes working with reviews even easier.

You can now create post-commit Crucible reviews from multiple files within your Eclipse IDE, via the Package Explorer, or from a Java file viewed in the editor. Files selected in the Package Explorer can also be added to active reviews.

The connector now supports additional SCM systems for post-commit reviews. Post-commit reviews created from changesets now support all SCMs currently supported by Crucible.

There are a number of smaller improvements and bug fixes, listed below.

Important Upgrade Notes

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The Atlassian Connector for Eclipse - v2.0 Beta Upgrade Notes contains important information that you must read before upgrading.

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You can install the connector directly from the Eclipse software updates manager or from a zipped archive. Follow our installation guide.

Highlights of this Release:

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Highlights of this Release

Crucible Review Perspective

The new Crucible Review perspective allows you to work on the review as well as the file content at the same time. You can navigate, view/add/remove comments and more; all without having to switch back and forth between the two. The Crucible Review perspective also organises your workspace into a logical layout that makes working with reviews even easier.

The new Crucible Review perspective also presents you with a workspace layout that makes working with reviews even easier. Key information about the review is displayed in a new Review Explorer in this perspective. The Review Explorer also keeps all of the commonly used review functions at your fingertips. Finally, the new perspective also includes a new Review Comment view. This view provides you with the information and functions you need to deal with individual review comments, all in one place.

Improvements to Crucible Review Creation

We've added a number of new ways for you to create reviews in your Eclipse IDE. Post-commit reviews can now be created from files selected in the Package Explorer or from the Java file you are currently viewing in the Active Task Editor. You can also add a file to an active review via the Package Explorer.

Addition of Files to Reviews

In addition to new ways to create reviews in your Eclipse IDE, you can now also add files to reviews.

Support for Additional SCM Systems for Post-Commit Reviews

The connector now supports all SCM systems supported by Crucible for post-commit reviews created from changesets. For information on the SCM systems supported by Crucible, i.e. Subversion, CVS, Perforce, Git and IBM Clearcase. Please see Crucible Supported Platforms for more information.

Other Things Worth Mentioning

This release brings a number of bug fixes and improvements. The following items are worth a special mention:

  • Publish all draft comments with a single click.
  • Create ad-hoc reviews directly from your code.
  • New functions for working with comments — next/previous comment navigation, filter out read comments, mark comments as read/unread, reply to replies.
  • Support for working on reviews without moderators (note, creation of reviews without moderators is not supported yet).
  • Pre-defined filters in the New Query wizard for JIRA.
  • Restrict JIRA comment visibility to specific roles.

Complete List of Fixes in this Release

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