Stash 3.2 release notes

30 July 2014

Introducing Stash 3.2

Today, we're very pleased to announce the release of Stash 3.2.

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

Please also check the End of support announcements for Stash.

Add-on developers will be interested in the API changelog.

The Stash 3.2 changelog is at the bottom of this page.

Improved workflow for creating pull requests

We've streamlined the pull request creation workflow in Stash so you can more easily preview your changes. Clicking Create pull request in the sidebar, or choosing Compare from the Actions menu (on the Source, Commits or Branches pages) lets you choose and compare branches, all on the same page:
 

Read more about using pull requests in Stash.

 

Improved navigation in diffs

In Stash 3.0 we added keyboard shortcuts, N (next) and P (previous), to move between hunks in a diff. In Stash 3.2 you can now use keyboard shortcuts to move between comments in a diff too. Now it's easy to jump between threads, just use Shift+N (next) and Shift+P (previous). Remember, you can press ? at any time to see all Stash keyboard shortcuts.

 

Small improvements

Improved experience for new users

We've added a landing page that Stash displays to a new user when they log in for the first time. The landing page provides a short introduction to the key features in Stash – this helps ensure new people joining your developer team have a basic understanding of what Stash can do for them, and saves administrators having to explain the basics every time. The page can be recalled later by choosing Welcome to Stash from the Help menu:

Product analytics disclosure

In the spirit of openness, we disclose that, as of version 3.2 Stash will collect user event data unless disabled by an administrator, per Atlassian's Privacy Policy. Analytics help us to determine the frequency of feature usage within the product, all towards improving Stash.

See Collecting analytics for Stash.

Change log

This section will contain information about the Stash 3.2 minor releases as they become available. These releases will be free to all customers with active Stash software maintenance.

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

The issues listed below are the highlights of all those that have been resolved for the Stash 3.2.x releases.

5 November 2014 - Stash 3.2.7

Note that Stash 3.2.6 was an internal release.

8 October 2014 - Stash 3.2.5

26 August 2014 - Stash 3.2.4

Note that Stash 3.2.3 was an internal release.

15 August 2014 - Stash 3.2.2

Note that Stash 3.2.1 was an internal release.

29 July 2014 - Stash 3.2.0

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30 July 2014

Introducing Stash 3.2

Today, we're very pleased to announce the release of Stash 3.2.

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

Please also check the End of support announcements for Stash.

Add-on developers will be interested in the API changelog.

The Stash 3.2 changelog is at the bottom of this page.

Improved workflow for creating pull requests

We've streamlined the pull request creation workflow in Stash so you can more easily preview your changes. Clicking Create pull request in the sidebar, or choosing Compare from the Actions menu (on the Source, Commits or Branches pages) lets you choose and compare branches, all on the same page:
 

Read more about using pull requests in Stash.

 

Improved navigation in diffs

In Stash 3.0 we added keyboard shortcuts, N (next) and P (previous), to move between hunks in a diff. In Stash 3.2 you can now use keyboard shortcuts to move between comments in a diff too. Now it's easy to jump between threads, just use Shift+N (next) and Shift+P (previous). Remember, you can press ? at any time to see all Stash keyboard shortcuts.

 

Small improvements

Improved experience for new users

We've added a landing page that Stash displays to a new user when they log in for the first time. The landing page provides a short introduction to the key features in Stash – this helps ensure new people joining your developer team have a basic understanding of what Stash can do for them, and saves administrators having to explain the basics every time. The page can be recalled later by choosing Welcome to Stash from the Help menu:

Product analytics disclosure

In the spirit of openness, we disclose that, as of version 3.2 Stash will collect user event data unless disabled by an administrator, per Atlassian's Privacy Policy. Analytics help us to determine the frequency of feature usage within the product, all towards improving Stash.

See Collecting analytics for Stash.

Change log

This section will contain information about the Stash 3.2 minor releases as they become available. These releases will be free to all customers with active Stash software maintenance.

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

The issues listed below are the highlights of all those that have been resolved for the Stash 3.2.x releases.

5 November 2014 - Stash 3.2.7

Note that Stash 3.2.6 was an internal release.

8 October 2014 - Stash 3.2.5

26 August 2014 - Stash 3.2.4

Note that Stash 3.2.3 was an internal release.

15 August 2014 - Stash 3.2.2

Note that Stash 3.2.1 was an internal release.

29 July 2014 - Stash 3.2.0

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