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Atlassian Connector for Eclipse

The Atlassian Eclipse Connector lets you interact with your Crucible code reviews, Bamboo continuous integration environment, and JIRA issues directly from your Eclipse IDE using the Mylyn framework.

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  •  17 Mar 2010 21:32

    Release Notes: This release overhauleds Crucible reviews in Eclipse. The new Crucible Review perspective allows you to work on the review as well as the file content at the same time without having to switch back and forth between the two. The Crucible Review perspective also organizes your workspace into a logical layout that makes working with reviews even easier. This version also includes annotations support for non-Java files (e.g. C++, PHP, Scala, Ruby, Flex, and more) and wiki markup support for review comments.

    •  24 Jun 2009 22:06

      Release Notes: This release is fully compatible with Eclipse 3.5 (Galileo) and Mylyn 3.2. It introduces full support for Subversive where you are versioning your project under SVN. This means that you can work with issues, code reviews, builds, and FishEye repository inspection when using the Subversive plugin for Eclipse, as well as the already-supported Subclipse plugin. The connector's FishEye integration now provides full support for CVS. You can log work against a JIRA issue from within your Eclipse IDE.

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