From: David Sitsky <sits@us...> - 2004-10-05 23:45:15
Codestriker 1.8.4 has just been released. Its is available from
http://codestriker.sourceforge.net, in the usual place. I've appended the
CHANGELOG to this email.
The Codestriker Team.
* The topic properties page now displays the start tag, end tag and
module parameters if they were used when the topic was created.
Contribution by Robert Hudson <codestriker@...>.
* The repository property has been changed to be a read-only property
in the topic properties page, from Robert Hudson.
* The repository selection drop-down is only selected if there is more
than one repository configured in the system, from Robert Hudson.
* If a topic is not in open state, then the "topic information" and
"topic comments" pages are modified to readonly, and adding new
comments is disabled. From Robert Hudson.
* In the table of contents, display the total number of lines added
and removed for each file. This gives the reviewer a quick idea
where the major changes in the review are. From Robert Hudson.
* There is a new configuration option @project_states which controls
whether a project can have its state changed to 'Closed',
which prevents new topics being created within it, and the state
'Deleted', which will delete the project and all its member topics.
Both of these new states are optional, and are not available by
default. From Robert Hudson.
* When sending emails involving more than one CC recipient, the email
sending may fail because a space wasn't put after each comma.
* Created the CodestrikerClient module in bin which can create a
new topic non-interactively. The intention is for this module to be
used from scripts that need to create new topics, for example, from
a CVS post-commit script.
* Modified custom CVS post-commit scripts so that a Codestriker topic
is created for each CVS commit, along with a sent email. The
commit_prep.pl and log_accum.pl are located in the bin directory,
and need to be copied into your CVSROOT area, with a line like the
following in your commitinfo file:
DEFAULT $CVSROOT/CVSROOT/commit_prep.pl -r
and a line like the following in your loginfo file:
DEFAULT $CVSROOT/CVSROOT/log_accum.pl %s
The log_accum.pl file needs to have some configuration variables set
at the start of the script to reflect your site.
Note the first line of the log message will be used as the topic
title. The entire log message is used as the topic description.
Any strings of the form "Bug nnn" in the log message will be taken
as a reference to a bug id, and will be used in the topic's bugid
* Added an optional show_on_mainpage attribute to the comment metrics
configuration, which specifies which comment metric counts will
appear on the topic list page. From Jason Remillard.
* Reviewers who haven't viewed a topic will have their names
surrounded by parenthesis in the topic list page. From Jason
* Fixed a number of taint-mode problems when using Perl 5.8.
* Fixed the "Attempt to bless into a reference" error when using
Bugzilla integration and Perl 5.8.
* Migrated the MySQL datetime type from TIMESTAMP to DATETIME, as it
should have always been. From Jason Remillard.