FishEye 3.10 release notes

28 October 2015

With today's release of FishEye 3.10 we've made the blame annotations work consistently better, and made important improvements to project keys, SNI support and LDAP synchronization.

If you are updating an earlier version of FishEye, please read the FishEye upgrade guide and the End of Support Announcements for FishEye. The FishEye 3.10 changelog is below.

 

Better blame control

Blames are the annotations available when viewing source files or diffs that allow you to see who last modified a line of code and in which revision:

 

FishEye 3.10 has improved the blame coverage and also the performance of blame-enriched pages by fixing a number of issues in the index-time blame calculation, thus avoiding queries on the SCM repository.

Read more about how blames are calculated...

Small improvements

Atlassian Stash is now named Bitbucket Server

Stash has been renamed to unify our Git products under the Bitbucket name. So now you'll see 'Bitbucket Server' in FishEye 3.10 (and later versions) wherever you used to see 'Stash', and all your integrations with Stash will continue to work as expected when you upgrade Stash to Bitbucket Server 4.0 (or later). Read more about the Stash rename...

Project keys must be uppercase

FishEye 3.10 now enforces the use of uppercase project keys. We've made this change to allow much faster DB queries for a number of different methods.

When you first run FishEye after upgrading to 3.10 an upgrade task will automatically update your existing project keys. Read more in the FishEye upgrade guide...

SNI support

FishEye 3.10 now supports Server Name Indication (SNI), which makes the HTTPS equivalent of name-based virtual hosting practicable. You'll find it easier to set up and maintain a secure reverse proxy for FishEye. Read more in the FishEye upgrade guide...

LDAP synchronization

We've improved the way FishEye synchronizes with LDAP servers. FishEye now supports paging when requesting data from the LDAP server, and works seamlessly when the number of user accounts exceeds 1000 in Active DirectoryRead more in the FishEye upgrade guide...

Change log

This section will contain information about the FishEye 3.10 minor releases as they become available. These releases will be free to all customers with active FishEye software maintenance.

If you are upgrading from an earlier version of FishEye, please read the FishEye upgrade guide.

The issues listed below are just the highlights of all those that have been resolved for the FishEye 3.10.x releases.

6 May 2016 - FishEye 3.10.4

13 January 2016 - FishEye 3.10.3

30 November 2015 - FishEye 3.10.2

28 October 2015 - FishEye 3.10.1

This release contains Crucible fixes only

28 October 2015 - FishEye 3.10.0

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