Codestriker 1.9.6 released

* Ability to create Codestriker topics automatically from a Subversion
commit, via the bin/ script. Once the
appropriate configuration is set at the start of the file, simply
add it to your Subversion repos/hooks/post-commit file as the

/path/to/codestriker/bin/ "$REPOS" "$REV"

* "Default to head" option for CVS topic creation was not used when
selected, but when it was unselected. This has now been fixed.
Spotted by

* Fix for "v-string in use/require non-portable" warning when using
Perl 5.10 from

* Deleting a topic connected with a TestDirector bug has been fixed

* Creation of Subversion topics which use a file for the module field
in the create topic screen may not work correctly for some versions
of Subversion. This has now been fixed by

* Make sure XML representation of a topic has its data properly escaped.
Fixed by

* Ability to parse git patches correctly.

* Ability to parse hg diffs (Mercurial SCM) correctly.

* Better detection of filename extensions for highlighting. This
previously caused issues for temporary directories which contained
a period, but the filename itself didn't. Reported by

* Scmbug integration now works correctly if multiple bug IDs are
specified is the create topic screen. Fixed by

* Fixed the parsing of Subversion diffs which contained modifications
within property sets. Also fixed case where file in diff is empty.
Reported by

* Show total added/removed line count after table of contents on view
topic screen. Also show same line counts on create topic email.

* Make the topic title in the edit comment page link directly to the
code location being commented on rather than just the top of the
view topic page.

* Use pegged revisions instead of operative revisions when retrieving
files from Subversion to handle situations where files have been moved
within the repository since the review was created. Fixed by

* In the create topic email, show the URL to the associated bug records
if $bugtracker is defined in codestriker.conf rather than just the bug

* Allow the Parallel links to work for new files and display them

Posted by David Sitsky 2008-08-11

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