An open-source, federated content repository upgrades JIRA

Last night, the good folks at upgraded JIRA to version 3.12.3. This latest version has some very nice new features and bug fixes. I especially like the Subversion Commits report and the other new tabs on the Browse Project page.

Nicely done,!

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2 Responses

  1. Stefano Maestri says:

    And fisheye plugin…IMHO much better than subversion commits plugins.

  2. Randall says:

    Stefano, you’re right that the Fisheye plugin (which is installed with JIRA 3.12) is more functional and shows information in a more useful way, especially if you want the details of the commits. One thing I still like about the SVN commits report is that it’s easier to glance at it and, without having to click anywhere, see a decent summary of recent changes. If you want to see more than the summary (like what exactly was changed in a particular file), you have to go to the Fisheye report.

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