Release Notes: This release provides improved performance throughout the product - activity streams, project lists, and more. The next feature focuses on bringing teammates into a conversation that they otherwise would not be a part of: simply @mention a user in a comment and they will be pulled into a conversation. There are also several ways to share repositories, commits, files, and diffs with your team easily from FishEye. This release supports Subversion 1.7.
Release Notes: This release provides Git Repository Management: create, manage, fork, clone and browse your Git repositories from FishEye. Also added is Smart Commits: the ability to add commands to any commit message to create a review or transition your JIRA workflow, with no context switching. Utilize Web Hooks to get commit data back in your systems and build your own processes on top of it through configurable URLs.
Release Notes: This release provide a Commit Graph, which lets you visualize your repositories and commits with a graphical representation of the source with annotated views of lineage, JIRA issues, and code reviews. Also, there is improved integration with JIRA and FishEye, so you can delegate all user management through JIRA. Search improvements were made. HTML email options were added. Git support (branching) and Mercurial indexing were improved.
Release Notes: This release improves search functionality using FishEye's Quick Search: improved performance, smarter searches, and a redesigned results page. There was a redesign of the activity stream. Mercurial and Git Authentication was added so that users can browse private repositories hosted on GitHub and BitBucket.
Release Notes: This release introduces Branch and Tag Filtering, which allows developers, particularly of DVCS systems, to easily view only a specific branch or tag of a repository. There is a new UI with a redesigned file history and admin pages. There is improved integration with the JIRA issue tracker.
Release Notes: This release adds support for Mercurial (alpha) and improves usability. New advanced search (EyeQL) options are available such as sum, average, minimum, maximum, and much more.
Release Notes: This release adds activity streams for every source and user/committer object in the system. Particular users or source objects can be followed to create a personalized feed. This release also includes a complete UI overhaul with improved repository browsing and plugable reports. FishEye now supports Git.
Release Notes: This release includes many new features and performance improvements, including customizable per-user email watches, support for authentication via AJP and custom authentication plugins, and much more. The FishEye API is now stable and ready for enterprise use.
Release Notes: This release fixes some bugs in FishEye's Subversion support and adds better character set handling.
Release Notes: Subversion repositories are now supported with easy navigation, powerful search, historical reports, advanced file annotation and diff, change-set analysis, RSS feeds, and integration with your issue tracker. Subversion-specific features in FishEye include support for the Subversion network protocols to allow the tool to be run on a separate server to your repository, an understanding of the branch/tag structure of your repository, promoting your Subversion tags and branches to full first-class citizens.