Stash 1.2 release notes

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7th August 2012

Atlassian is proud to present Stash 1.2, which provides greatly improved support for your enterprise database, rapid file searching and new Stash add-ons available from the Atlassian Marketplace.

See the change log for Stash 1.2.x minor releases.

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MySQL, PostgreSQL, SQL Server and Oracle support


Stash now has support for all these major databases: MySQL, Oracle, PostgreSQL and Microsoft SQL Server. Choose the database that best fits your needs, or your system administrator is most familiar with, or that your company is already using. More...

 


Database migration


Switch easily from the database embedded in Stash to your organisation's existing technology stack, and migrate painlessly if your system administrators change the infrastructure. Stash scales and adapts as your requirements change. More...

 

 


File search


Stash's new file search ensures that you can quickly find any file in your repository, without needing to check out the source. Just start typing any part of the file name into the search field and you'll get a list of matches, fast. And you can filter by path, CamelCase (for example, AttrM to match AttributeMap) and file extension.

 


Add-ons ecosystem


Visualise information about your Git repository, comment on your code in-line, collect achievements when committing code or receive change notifications in HipChat.
With almost a dozen add-ons available on the Atlassian Marketplace, you can extend Stash to suit your needs.

 


Merge filter


Merges can be faded out in the commit list, as in this screenshot, to make it easier to see the important details. Use the 't' keyboard shortcut to toggle this effect.

       

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The Stash 1.2 team

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Development

Core team

Adam Ahmed
Bryan Turner
David Pinn
Federico Silva Armas
Jason Hinch
Jonathan Poh
Kostya Marchenko
Michael McGlynn
Michael Studman
Pierre-Etienne Poirot
Tim Pettersen
Xu-Heng Tjhin 

Team leads

Matt Watson
Seb Ruiz

Architect

Michael Heemskerk

Project manager

Anton Mazkovoi

Support

Ajay Sridhar
Armen Khachatryan
Daniel Rohan
Douglas Fabretti
Felipe Kraemer
Gurleen Anand
Renan Battaglin
Rene Verschoor
Zed Yap

Others

Product management

Jens Schumacher

Design and user experience

Matt Bond

Product marketing

Giancarlo Lionetti
Jeff Park

Technical writing

Paul Watson

Operations

James Fleming

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