We’re happy to announce the release of Fisheye 1.5 and Crucible 1.5.
The latest versions of Fisheye and Crucible include improved statistical analysis, as well as customisable charts and pages, giving both products a sleeker look while improving a company’s productivity.
Crucible 1.5 brings new enhancements that make your code review activities quicker and easier. The all-new per-project page consolidates the display of work done on a particular goal or product, while filtered search for defects and comments provides rapid access to Crucible content that you need to see, now.
Fisheye 1.5 adds the ability to present historical, per-author line count information. This new suite of graphs show how much each user has contributed to the code base, over time.
Check out the release notes for Crucible and Fisheye and read our press release below for more details.
Software Developers: Learn from Your Code with new
Atlassian Fisheye 1.5 and Crucible 1.5
Products offer improved stats for developer productivity
San Francisco, CA (Business Wire) April 22, 2008 – Atlassian today announced the release of Crucible 1.5 and Fisheye 1.5. Both products work closely together, with Fisheye enabling programmers to search, share, analyse and monitor their source code repository. Crucible builds on Fisheye’s capabilities to provide lightweight peer code review. The latest versions of Fisheye and Crucible include improved statistical analysis, as well as customisable charts and pages, giving both products a sleeker look while improving a company’s productivity.
The earlier bugs are detected, the cheaper they are to fix. In code review, defects are found before being shipped to the customer, saving both time and money. Crucible 1.5 includes additional statistical analysis to help improve a development team’s efficiency and productivity. It shows the number of defects per week and per review as well as who is good at finding defects, who is committing the most defects and the type of defects being produced. In short, Crucible allows process managers to start measuring the benefit — and cost — of their review process.
“The latest features in Crucible offer an awesome bit of eye candy. Combined with Fisheye’s newest feature that shows how much each author has contributed to the code base over time, we’re able to provide customers with a much greater level of detail. Before, there was no way to look at your source base over time. Now you can see who wrote the code over time and who is committing the most defects, data which ultimately helps business better manage their deliverables,” notes Pete Moore, Product Team Lead for Fisheye and Crucible.
Fisheye and Crucible now allow for further customisation. Highlights include:
* Root Page Customisation: Configurable welcome and support messages shown in the opening screen in Fisheye
* Customisable Email Templates: Crucible users can now receive emails with customised content and appearance
* Per-project pages and Improved Searching: see changelogs in Crucible and open reviews that belong to a given project, in one place
About Fisheye and Crucible
Crucible and Fisheye make distributed software development easier by making information more accessible and reinforcing workflow. Fisheye opens up source code repository helping developers make sense of information that is not typically easy to extract, comprehend or keep updated. Fisheye is the recipient of the 2008 JOLT Award for Change and Configuration Management. Crucible makes it easy for development teams to review code changes, make comments and record outcomes in an efficient, distributed and process-neutral way. Developers can perform code reviews independently, making it an excellent tool for distributed development teams, especially where outsourcing or offshoring is involved.
Crucible and Fisheye were originally developed by Cenqua, which was acquired by Atlassian in August 2007. Nearly 200 organisations rely on Crucible for efficient code review and over 1200 use Fisheye to monitor, search and analyse their source code repository. Customers include BP, DaimlerChrysler, GE, NEC, Pfizer, and Sony. Both products are competitively priced, making the software affordable for small businesses as well as the world’s largest enterprises. Pricing starts at $1,200 for a 10 user license. For more information, visit: http://www.atlassian.com/?s_kwcid=crucfish15
Atlassian develops affordable, lightweight software that helps enterprises collaborate better. Its products include Confluence, widely recognised as the most advanced enterprise wiki, and Jira, one of the world’s most popular issue trackers for IT project management. The company has more than 10,000 customers worldwide, including 30 of the world’s top 50 corporations. For more information, visit: http://www.atlassian.com.
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