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FishEye 2.3 and Crucible 2.3 Released

Jessica Thornsby

Atlassian release new versions of their source code repository manager and peer code review software.

Atlassian have announced new versions of two products: FishEye 2.3 and Crucible 2.3.

FishEye offers real-time notifications of code changes, web-based reporting, visualisation, and search and code sharing for source code repositories.

With this release FishEye’s search query language, EyeQL, has aggregating functionality and FishEye supports Mercurial (alpha) in addition to the pre-existing Subversion, Perforce and Git support. More information is available at the Release Notes.

A Starter License, supporting five repositories and ten committers per repository, is priced at $10.

Meanwhile, this new version of peer code review software Crucible allows developers to paste a code snippet, access it through a URL, and comment on the snippet. Comments can also be added to the changeset view, and freeform comments are supported. Crucible 2.3 comes with new gadgets, including a “todo” gadget for listing outstanding code reviews, an “Overdue Review Gadget,” and a “Hassle Gadget” for pinpointing which reviewers haven’t completed their reviews. More information is available at the Release Notes.

Crucible licenses start at ten users, which is priced at $1,200.

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