Fisheye 4.3 release notes

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19 January 2017  

Fisheye 4.3 gives you even better insight into your repository activity with the new delta lines of code report. We also introduced improvements to EyeQL, fixed a number of bugs, and made other improvements. 

If you're updating an earlier version of Fisheye, please read the Fisheye upgrade guide and the End of Support Announcements for Fisheye. The Fisheye 4.3 change log is below.

Delta lines of code report

Fisheye 4.3 addresses one of the most voted for and awaited feature request - the delta lines of code (DLOC) report. Charts in the DLOC report section allow you to monitor repository activity in terms of the number of lines of code added and removed in a selected period of time, and by selected committers. 

For more granular analysis, you can narrow down the scope of data presented in DLOC charts. You can limit the displayed data to custom dates, custom committers, or custom folders. 

DLOC report also allows you to export raw data which was used to generate a chart in CSV format, or view it in EyeQL.

EyeQL improvements

  • Fisheye's powerful query language EyeQL has been improved. The group by clause has been extended with new parameters: author, day and month. Now you can also use the group by clause with multiple parameters.
  • To give you a clearer image of what is going on in your repository, we also introduced the  exclude merges  keyword in the EyeQL, which excludes merge commits from EyeQL results. 
  • As part of the work on delta lines of code we were able to speed up most of EyeQL queries 3-4 times.

For more information on EyeQL and its syntax, see EyeQL reference guide.

Small improvements

Searching for text via the browser

Search for text using the browser (Cmd+F / Ctrl+F dialogs) has been fixed for all Fisheye pages – now it not only highlights text occurrences but also allows to jump between them. 


It is possible now to overwrite the SSO domain configuration which by default is retrieved from Crowd.  

Change log

This section will contain information about the Fisheye 4.3 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 refer to the Fisheye upgrade guide.

The issues listed below are just the highlights of all those that have been resolved for the Fisheye 4.3.x releases.

31 August 2018 - Fisheye 4.3.3

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21 March 2018 - Fisheye 4.3.2

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21 February 2017 - Fisheye 4.3.1

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18 January 2017 - Fisheye 4.3.0

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