FishEye 2.3 Release Notes
26 May 2010
Atlassian presents FishEye 2.3FishEye 2.3 brings support for Mercurial, the distributed version control system. It also delivers a brand-new installation wizard, for seamless initial setup.
Highlights of this release:
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See the documentation on Upgrading to this version.
Highlights of FishEye 2.3
Mercurial SCM Alpha
FishEye 2.3 adds alpha support for Mercurial repositories. Atlassian is providing early access to this functionality for our customers. There are still a few kinks to be worked out, but it provides full access to FishEye.
Screenshot: A Mercurial Repository in Action
See the documentation for more details.
New 'Aggregate' functions in EyeQL query language
EyeQL, FishEye's sophisticated query language has become much more powerful with the addition of new aggregating functions. These allow you to quickly gather statistics such as counts, maximums, minimums and averages across the following:
- Lines added or removed,
- Reviews (and more).
Screenshot: New EyeQL Functions
These data points can be calculated across your whole query result, or grouped by changeset, file or directory. When you're browsing the results, you can click in the results area to see the relevant group contents on an item.
Screenshot: FishEye Group Contents Dialog
See the EyeQL documentation for more information.
Revamped Installation Process
FishEye's installation process has been given a thorough revision and a visual facelift. It's now smoother, faster and provides a better experience.
Screenshot: FishEye's New Installation Screen
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