Release Notes: This release adds support for automatic updates of the documentation wiki from the source repository content. More than 20 defects were fixed. Special care has been taken to fix the user interface inconsistencies and improve the first installation experience for most users.
Release Notes: This release fixes an installation issue with the PostgreSQL backend and a runtime issue with the Mercurial backend. Upgrading to this version is highly recommended.
Release Notes: This release includes the stabilization of the code review backend and a dozen of bugfixes. It is now safe to use the code review system, and all the users should upgrade.
Release Notes: This release significantly improves the SCM backend and provides new functionalities like forge statistics and better integration with Git and Subversion. This release includes more than 25 bugfixes and about 20 little usability improvements.
Release Notes: This release is mainly a bug fix release with some performance improvements for the Mercurial backend. This is also the first release with more than five developers.
Release Notes: This release adds the ability to delete a project and support for the git submodules. It also improves the developer statistics with the list of closed submitted and assigned issues. Several bugfixes and usability improvements have also been made thanks to end user feedback.
Release Notes: The release improves the code review with support for multiple patch formats. In the issue view, the number of people following the changes in the issue is also displayed. Several bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: An email notification system has been added to easily create announcement mailing lists with the changes in a project. The users can now change their email address with a smart approach to ensure that the new email is valid. Several bugs have been fixed to improve the general stability of the software.
Release Notes: This release fixes a small bug in the cache of the source code browser.
Release Notes: This release drastically improves the performance of the code browser. It is faster and, for some cases, can reduce by a factor of 30 the memory consumption to display the code tree.