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Re: [ANN] FishEye 1.1, now with Subversion support!

From: Kalin KOZHUHAROV <kalin_at_thinrope.net>
Date: 2005-09-06 14:14:37 CEST

Matt Quail wrote:
> Cenqua is proud to announce the public availability of Subversion
> support in FishEye (currently in beta).
>
> You can now get from your Subversion repository what FishEye has been
> providing for CVS: 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 this beta of FishEye include:
> * support for the Subversion network protocols, so FishEye can run on a
> separate server to your repository
> * understanding of the branch/tag structure of your repository,
> promoting your Subversion tags and branches to full first-class citizens.

Well, I'd say 3 words here: I am _impressed_ ! You fished my eyes!

That was the first time I heard about FishEye and I played a lot with the live repositories
and looked trough the demo (nice call-outs :0) and the quite clean HTML source.

> Play with the online demo:
> http://fisheye.cenqua.com/
Do it! I did it.

> We happily support Open Source software and invite Open Source projects
> to apply for a free license for Fisheye:
> http://www.cenqua.com/freelicenserequest!default.jspa
Will have a look at that at some later point, for now I have to work mainly closed source :-(

However, I couldn't find anywhere a subversion demo...
Is there any project under subversion that has fisheye frontened?

Kalin.

P.S. One of the few products that cost $1500 and looks worth it...

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