This week we officially released the Atlassian Eclipse Connector 1.0 after wrapping up our 2-month beta. Thanks to some great feedback from early adopters, we were able to quickly sort out some installation issues, finish up the remaining features for FishEye and Crucible, and put on the final polish.
In all, 19 bug fixes and 7 new features were completed during the beta. Thanks to all who participated in the beta!
What is the Atlassian Eclipse Connector?
Thanks to a little help from Tasktop, makers of Eclipse Mylyn, we have created the Atlassian Eclipse Connector which builds upon the existing JIRA Mylyn Plugin to add integration with Bamboo, Crucible, and FishEye.
This means you get a task-focused interface for your Crucible code reviews and your Bamboo continuous integration environment directly in Eclipse IDE, plus quick access to FishEye for source code insight.
Working in Eclipse has never been easier.. check out some of the cool new features available in the Eclipse Connector 1.0:
Install it for free
- Open the software updates manager.
(Go to ‘Help’, ‘Software Updates’, ‘Available Software’.)
- Click the ‘Add Site’ button.
- Enter update site URL (see below), then click ‘OK’.
- Click plus sign next to ‘Atlassian Eclipse Connector’ for components.
- Select ‘recommended’ option or choose individual integration options.
- Click ‘Install’, then ‘Finish’ when asked to confirm the installation.
(If prompted, accept license agreement and click ‘Next’.)
Update site URLs:
- Eclipse 3.3: http://update.atlassian.com/atlassian-eclipse-plugin/e3.3
- Eclipse 3.4: http://update.atlassian.com/atlassian-eclipse-plugin/e3.4
Help us keep making it better
All of the Atlassian IDE Connectors are free, open-source projects, so even thought the beta is complete, you can still help us continue to improve the integrations.