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FishEye/Crucible 3.4: Fullscreen mode, Stash integration

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Software development is a fast-moving industry and we can see today that a lot of companies are doing a transition from traditional VCS like Subversion to Git. It's to support that effort that we've developed Stash, our Git development platform for teams, at Atlassian. With FishEye/Crucible 3.4, we improved the integration with that platform as well as the Git indexing performance to help people who have mixed environments. But that's not all! We implemented a stalking header to focus on the content

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A look back at the past months for FishEye and Crucible

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Not so long ago I was lucky enough to speak at our Getting Git Right tour about our migration from Subversion to Git here at Atlassian. I loved sharing our experience, and I had great questions from the crowd. It also confirmed my belief that many people need some time to make the transition from traditional SCMs to DVCS. There are many development teams still on Subversion, and the FishEye/Crucible team is on a mission to support them and provide great tools to help them develop better. So this

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Track code changes in JIRA issues for Subversion, Perforce and more

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It has always been a huge priority for Atlassian to bridge the gap between code and issues, and make teams more productive. The newest release of  JIRA 6.2, with integrations into FishEye and Crucible 3.3, does just that by boosting the traceability between issues and source. The development panel in JIRA will give you all the source details from your repositories for Subversion, Perforce, Mercurial and more. Try it now Development status of your issues at a glance Does this issue have commits?

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FishEye and Crucible 3.3: Clearer reviews and extended APIs

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I'm thrilled to announce the release of FishEye and Crucible 3.3! Reviews are now easier to process and you can extend the integration with your systems with new REST resources. On top of that, FishEye and Crucible are now a step ahead in supporting new technologies of the latest Subversion and Internet Explorer compatibilities. Try FishEye and Crucible 3.3 today Stay on top of your priorities with the new review header We redesigned the review header to bring you a better experience during

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I'm pleased to announce that the new FishEye and Crucible release is out!  We're improving the way FishEye and Crucible can be the central place for your developers to discover source, and improve code quality. Try FishEye and Crucible 3.2 today Better design with the Atlassian Design Guidelines Thanks to the Atlassian Design Guidelines (ADG), we're unifying the look, feel, and experience of Atlassian applications. Not only will you experience smoother transitions going from your code to

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We all have the tendency to avoid things that are going to be difficult – whether physical, logistical, or otherwise. And we do this knowing full well that if we just faced the tough things head-on, it would result in a much lower degree of total difficulty in the long run. (For example, I once went three years without seeing a dentist, and was so afraid of what might be revealed that I continued to avoid it for another four years.) Ahhh, humans. Gotta love us. In the software world, the "dentist"

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