- Tree navigation
- Repository search
- Historical reports
- File annotation and differences
- Change-set analysis
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good looking tool, but would many teams find the improved navaigation that useful?
we've been trialing Trac for subversion (hoping to migrate to subversion from cvs very soon) and have found the integrated ticketing, roadmapping and timelining very useful. would cenqua envisage adopting a similar path for fisheye or is it something that would need to be tied into another app like jira?
I want to have a report on # of CVS commits by each developer.Is there an open source tool that can create that?.V
Hi Han,We are currently working hard on SVN support, and hope to have a beta out in the next few months.Cheers,-Brendan
If we buy Fisheye now with CVS support, will we get the subversion support part of the ongoing support or we will have to pay again for a separate license?Will one instance of Fisheye be able to connect to both cvs and subversion?
And it's great. We use almost entirely FOSS, but we bought Fisheye.
And it's great. We use almost entirely FOSS, but we bought Fisheye.I can't criticize the product itself for I haven't used it. Maybe it is as great as you say or even more than that.But isn't it strange that you've __bought__ and have been using that thing "since last summer" and the topic title says it's version 1.0? How often do you __buy__ something of that is not even version 1.0?