Upsource 2017.1.1922 Is Here

Please welcome a fresh update for Upsource 2017.1 (build 1922). This minor release brings a number of bug fixes and improvements, including IntelliJ IDEA plugin fixes and usability problems. Please check the full list of the Release Notes for more details.

Download the latest Upsource 2017.1.1922 and enjoy all the fresh goodies!

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The Upsource JetBrains Team

About Valerie Andrianova

Valerie Andrianova is YouTrack, Hub and Upsource Product Marketing Manager at JetBrains. Her professional interests include issue & bug tracking, project and task management, agile methodologies and team collaboration. Apart from work, she cannot imagine her life without live music, quirky books and lattes with those cute little foam hearts.
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7 Responses to Upsource 2017.1.1922 Is Here

  1. Artem says:

    Is there already a roadmap for the next Upsource 2017.2 release? Is there even a date or time frame?

    We are mainly interested in the integration with GitLab CE. Since we are doing the reviews with PhpStorm an integration would be desirable to see the results in GitLab (merge requests/ branch reviews).

    • Maria Khalusova says:

      Hi Artem,

      You can find the approximate roadmap here – https://blog.jetbrains.com/upsource/2017/03/23/upsource-2017-2-roadmap/
      As you can see, GitLab is not there, but that doesn’t mean we’re not working on it. It’s in progress, however, we’re not sure yet if it’ll be ready by next release, which is scheduled to be out in a month. Please stay tuned. There’s a chance GitLab support will be included, but I can’t 100% guarantee that right now.

  2. Anatoly Rugalev says:

    Hi. I just want to say thanks to you guys for such amazing tool! Can’t wait for next release announcements :)

  3. Régis Le Brettevillois says:

    This tool is wonderful and gets improving every release. We are using it on a small set of developpers but I would like to make it used for our whole department.
    I’m still facing questions, is there any comparative study that could help me to build the right convincing case.

  4. Mark Freedman says:

    Is there a dot release coming soon? There was an issue added where there are problems using @ callouts, and I’m waiting for a dot release. Thanks.

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