23 September 2008

With pleasure, Atlassian presents version 2.0 Beta 3 of the Atlassian IntelliJ Connector (previously known as the Atlassian IDE Plugin for IDEA).
With this release, we have renamed the Atlassian IDE plugin for IDEA to the 'Atlassian IntelliJ Connector'. The change of name should be painless for existing users — you will be able to install the latest version in the normal way, and receive the same IDEA plugin but with more features and a smoother user interface. We want a snappy name that better expresses the functionality of the connector.

Here are the highlights of this beta release:

  • We have improved the user interface, making it more consistent and improving your experience of the connector.
  • In the Crucible tab, the filter dropdown now shows the name of your custom filter as well as the pre-defined filters.
  • The Crucible filter selection is now presented as a dialogue rather than a dropdown list, so that it is easier to select more than one filter at a time.
  • The Crucible Review window has been re-organised, so that it now shows a tree view of files with comments in line. This is closer to the Crucible web interface and makes the plugin easier to use.

Don't have the Atlassian IntelliJ Connector yet?

Take a look at the features described in the documentation. Then follow our easy installation instructions.

This is an open source project. You can get the source code from our SVN repository.

Complete List of Fixes in IntelliJ Connector 2.0 Beta 3

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