FishEye 2.10 release notes

15 January 2013

Atlassian is proud to present FishEye 2.10, which provides further improvements in performance.

  • Visit our issue tracker to see the full list of improvements and bug fixes in FishEye and Crucible for this release.
  • See the change log for FishEye 2.10.x minor releases.
  • Upgrading from a previous version of FishEye. Upgrading FishEye should be fairly straight forward. We strongly recommend that you back up FishEye before upgrading. Please refer to the FishEye 2.10 Upgrade Guide for essential information about upgrading.
  • Known issues. Please check the important technical advisories on the front page of the Knowledge Base for information about any known issues for this release.
  • JIRA 5.0 integration. The features described below are supported by JIRA 5.0, or later, with the latest version of the JIRA FishEye plugin.
Highlights of this release:
 

Providing feedback:

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Repository Indexing REST API


With FishEye 2.10, you can now optimize your instance by using the REST API to trigger indexing when it's necessary. Instead of configuring FishEye to poll each repository every minute, you can add a post-commit or post-receive hook to your repositories which will ping FishEye when new commits need to be indexed. Read more...


 


Bitbucket and GitHub polling integration

We have implemented indexing hooks for Bitbucket and GitHub. Just provide the details of your repository and FishEye will be pinged whenever new commits need to be indexed. Read more...

 


Other announcements

  • Improved performance of the repositories listing in the administration interface.
  • Smart commits can now populate review objectives. More...
  • The CVS poll periods can be configured. More...

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The FishEye 2.10 team

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Development

Core team

Brendan Humphreys
Conor MacNeill
Geoff Crain
Lukasz Pater
Maciej Swinarski
Piotr Święty Święcicki
Richard Stephens
Tom Davies
Valery Trubnikov

Team lead

Nick Pellow 

Product management

Sten Pittet

Project manager

Anton Mazkovoi

Support

Ajay Sridhar
Daniel Rohan
Felipe Kraemer
Gurleen Anand
Kah Loun Foong
Malik Mangier
Patrick Hill
Renan Battaglin
Rene Verschoor
Ricardo Martins

Others

Product marketing

Giancarlo Lionetti

Technical writing

Paul Watson

Operations

James Fleming

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