16 February 2009
With pleasure, Atlassian presents the Atlassian IntelliJ Connector 2.0. Over the past weeks, we have been working on the IntelliJ Connector and issuing regular beta releases. Now we are proud to release the final version 2.0.
The connector now offers the same look and feel for JIRA issues, Bamboo builds and Crucible reviews. The connector's windows all open as IDEA tool windows, appearing by default at the bottom of your IDE. Take a look at the highlights below, to see the new things you can do with issues, builds and reviews.
You can open a FishEye view directly from a file in the IDEA editor, or open files in IDEA by supplying a FishEye URL. There is a new FishEye-only connection for those who do not have a Crucible server.
Share your server connections across your project team while retaining your own IDE settings. The connector is now also compatible with IntelliJ IDEA 8.
Try the Atlassian IntelliJ Connector for yourself. You can install it directly from the 'Plugins' menu in IntelliJ IDEA.
Highlights of this Release:
Highlights of the Atlassian IntelliJ Connector 2.0
What's New for JIRA Issues
- Create a changelist based on a JIRA issue, assign the issue to yourself and start work, all in a single action.
- Group your JIRA issues by project, type, status, priority or date last updated.
- Use the quick search to find any JIRA issue — the connector matches the issue key as you type.
- Set the number of issues to be displayed on a page.
What's New for Bamboo Builds
- See the full build log in an IDEA window.
- View failed tests and click through from a stack trace directly to the code that failed. The source file opens in the IDEA editor.
- View the changed files, open a changed file in the IDEA editor and view the diffs.
- Re-run or debug failed tests locally.
- Filter your Bamboo builds by server, project or state and then group them by server, project, state or date.
- Get quick access to your builds with the new dynamic search.
What's New for Crucible Reviews
- Perform code reviews directly in the IDEA editor.
- Complete the entire review lifecycle without leaving your development environment.
- Find the reviewed code via the highlighted lines in your editor and the comment annotations in the diff view.
- Filter and group your reviews in the updated Crucible reviews window.
What's New for FishEye Code Insight
- Even if you do not have Crucible, you can now hook up your FishEye server to examine your source and view changesets.
- Open a file in IDEA by supplying its FishEye URL.
- Open a source file in FishEye's web interface, with just one click from IDEA.
- Use the 'copy to clipboard' option to share references to your file with others.
Top 30 Bug Fixes in this Release
Below is a list of the 30 highest-priority bug fixes in the Atlassian IntelliJ Connector 2.0. You can also open a list of all the fixes and improvements.