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JCR 0.7.1 final released

JCR 0.7.1 is now available.

JCR is a web application for performing and managing formal code reviews. It can be used for reviews of any type of source code, although it has some special smarts for reviewing Java projects, and for managing large code reviews. JCR has many features to make code reviews as fast and convenient as possible. These include fast navigation through files and comments, several ways of presenting comments for inspection, drill-down into referenced Java classes (for Java reviews only, of course), and the ability to view comments made on the same file in earlier reviews.

This version is a tidy-up after the major changes in 0.7.0. There are a number of improvements and bug fixes in the new Subversion support, including the ability to use HTTPS to connect to the repository, better validation of revision numbers, and 'suggest' functionality for the path in the repository. JCR no longer tries to diff binary files, now displays hints to the project owner about the next action required, and shows the number of comments on each project on the main page. Fileset archiving has been added, and the mkBackupList script has been improved.

Version 0.7.1 requires no schema or configuration file changes.

Changes since version 0.7.1rc1 include most of the Subversion enhancements, and the project comment counts on the main page.

You can download the new release from http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=153959, or check out the home page at http://jcodereview.sourceforge.net/.

Enjoy ............................. JD

Posted by John Dickson 2009-08-26