Upsource 2018.1 is out!
Good news, everyone – Upsource 2018.1 is here! This release adds a number of frequently requested features to give you even more control over the code review process. It also incorporates brand new versions of IntelliJ IDEA engine, Hub, and Cassandra. But there’s more – read on for the release highlights.
Code review labels
To help your team better organize code reviews, Upsource 2018.1 introduces code review labels. Use them to mark urgent code reviews, categorize different types of code reviews, and add any other significant identifiers that will help you later find the code review faster. This functionality also allows Upsource to support GitHub pull request labels.
Attachments in reviews
Previously, you could attach images (e.g. screenshots) to Upsource code review comments. With this release, we’re taking this functionality one step further. Now you can attach a file to a code review comment, for instance, a relevant piece of documentation, some specifications, or any other file that isn’t in your repository.
Mark file as unread
To give you more control over the code review process and pace, we have added an option to mark a file as “unread”. This way you can clearly see which files you intended to return to and so be sure not to forget anything.
Checklists in comments
If you have a number of suggestions on how to improve the code you are reviewing, use markdown to generate a checklist in the comment. Indicate incomplete items with [ ], and completed ones with [x]. This will render a list of checkboxes in the comment. As you or the code author go through the checklist, you can simply check or clear boxes to automatically update your checklist.
Updated IntelliJ IDEA and Hub
This release comes with a built-in Hub 2018.1 which brings in the required functionality so you could make your Upsource instance GDPR compliant.
We have also updated the IntelliJ IDEA engine to enable support for Android Studio 3.0 projects, and we have switched to a newer Cassandra.
Built-in TLS support
In this release, we have added built-in TLS support that allows you to establish an encrypted HTTPS connection with TLS (SSL) between your Upsource server and its clients. You can configure all the necessary settings in the Upsource installation wizard. What this means is that you no longer have to use a third-party TLS-terminating proxy server although you still can if you choose to.
There’s more! If you’d like to learn more about the new Upsource 2018.1 features, please check out the What’s New page.
Eager to try? Download the build and don’t forget to backup your current instance!
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