Crucible 4.3 release notes
Crucible 4.3 gives improved review workflow condition dialogs, that warn users, for example, before closing a review with unresolved comments. We also introduced support for most Git Extended Diff formats.
Patch uploads improvements
Crucible 4.3 introduces support for most Git Extended Diff formats including copies, moves, and empty files operations. This change allows users of Mercurial to create reviews for patches generated with the
hg diff --git command.
Additionally, a series of patch anchoring algorithm improvements have been introduced in Crucible 4.3 making the anchoring process faster and more effective.
Improved review workflow conditions
Crucible 4.3 gives you a finalised version of previously introduced workflow conditions API. The API introduces a new plugin module, which allows developers to easily hook into the review transition process and prevent transitions from happening under certain, programmable conditions.
Crucible 4.3 also introduces new dialog that displays warning and error messages, which appear when there are problems with transition processes. Using our new API you can customise these dialogs to your needs to show, for example, names of users who have not finished their reviews.
To learn how to write new workflow condition plugins, see Workflow Conditions Tutorial.
SSO DOMAIN OVERWRITE
It is possible now to overwrite the SSO domain configuration which by default is retrieved from Crowd.
This section will contain information about the Crucible 4.3 minor releases as they become available. These releases will be free to all customers with active Crucible software maintenance.
The issues listed below are just the highlights of all those that have been resolved for the Crucible 4.3.x releases.
21 March 2018 - Crucible 4.3.2
21 February 2017 - Crucible 4.3.1
18 January 2017 - Crucible 4.3.0