Release Notes: Optional user authentication/authorization. A new Subversion post-commit script based on standard commit-email.pl to auto-create code reviews. A fix for a bug where Subversion diffs with binary files that contained property changes were not handled correctly. Scmbug integration now works correctly for multiple commits to the same file under the one Bug ID, and when there are deleted files present. A "Diff" link has been added for each comment on the list comments page. The rendering of non-Latin characters when syntax highlighting is enabled has been fixed.
Release Notes: Syntax highlighting support was added. The appearance of the application has been updated. The ability to specify just a filename and a revision number to create a review from a Subversion or Perforce repository. TestDirector is now supported as a bug tracking system. Reviews can be created just by entering the bug IDs, and the data can be retrieved from Scmbug. The edit comment page has been updated to include a link back to the associated view topic page. Support for LXR 0.9.5 was added. Any line of any file in the review can be commented on, not just those that are a part of the diff file.
Release Notes: Codestriker now stores text as UTF-8 in order to support code reviews in Chinese, Japanese, Russian, or other languages. Support for ClearCase dynamic views was added, along with better support for Perforce. Support for parsing CVS and Subversion corner-case diffs was improved. Emails can now be sent using SMTP authentication. Memory usage when linked to large LXR databases was improved. Repositories can now be displayed with a configurable display name rather than the full URL. Invalid bug IDs will be handled when entered in the create/modify topic screen. A number of other minor bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: Codestriker now stores text as UTF-8 in order to support code reviews in Chinese, Japanese, Russian, or any other language. Support for ClearCase dynamic views was added along with better support for Perforce repositories. Support for parsing CVS and Subversion corner-case diffs was improved. Emails can now be sent using SMTP authentication. Memory usage when linked to large LXR databases was improved. Repositories can now be displayed with a configurable display name rather than the full URL. Invalid bug IDs will be handled when entered in the create/modify topic screen. A number of other minor bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: Now using AJAX for adding comments to a topic rather than a separate browser window for improved useability. Uses proper tooltips when hovering over commented lines. Comments can now be made not only at a line level, but at a file or topic. Closer integration with Bugzilla 2.16 and 2.18 for creating an associated Codestriker topic from a view bug page. The topic list page now has an RSS link. Support for the Flyspray bug tracking system. Minor fixes in the Subversion and Perforce diff parsers. Better deployment on Win32. More configuration options for notification email messages.
Release Notes: This version can now be integrated with CVS post-commit scripts, so that a Codestriker topic can be automatically created for every CVS commit. This can be useful for those teams that do reviews "on a needs basis", or simply as a quick sanity check to ensure that the committed code is valid. A record of all commits will also be in Codestriker's database, providing a convenient searchable commit database. Projects can now optionally have state, such as 'Closed' and 'Deleted'. Specific comment metric counts can be displayed as a column on the topic list screen, plus other UI enhancements.
Release Notes: A configurable list of issue metrics can now be associated with each comment raised in a review, which are incorporated into the metrics reporting system. Support for remote CVS repositories using :ext and SSH are now supported. The Clearcase diff parser can handle more corner cases. The Perforce repository support is updated to handle older p4 versions. The Subversion diff parser can handle property set changes. It can now easily create CVS topics given just a single tag and a module parameter in the create topic screen. There are several other minor changes.
Release Notes: This version now has the ability to view a specific file at a time in the view topic screen, with previous/next file links, to support very large code reviews. There is now ClearCase integration built-in. The topic list screen now can be sorted via the column headers. It is now possible to create Subversion topics by entering in repository revision numbers rather than uploading a diff file. Finally, a number of minor bugfixes have been included in this release.
Release Notes: This major release introduces the ability to record configurable software metrics against your code reviews. Codestriker now supports Oracle and SQL-Server via ODBC. Perforce depot integration was also introduced. Topic properties can now been modified after a topic has been created. Wildcard searching is now supported on the search screen for author, reviewer, and cc fields. An audit trail for a topic is now recorded, so that it is possible to see when a topic was created, who has modified it, and when that occurred. Codestriker now also supports deployments with IIS.
Release Notes: The topic view page was modified for non-diff topics and the list comments page was modified to allow filtering by user or comment state and to show the context text associated with each comment. An $allow_comment_email option that controls if an email is sent for each comment was added, and the notion of soft and hard topic text length limits was introduced. Information from diffs can be used with the --show-c-function. A new script for automating the submission of code review topics was added along with a new view topic option for newline wrapping.