Upsource 2019.1.1460 is available!
Upsource 2019.1.1460 is out! Upsource 2019.1 was failing to start on some Linux systems. In this update, we have fixed this critical issue and made some other improvements. We recommend everyone to update to this latest build. Check out the release notes and download the new build. If you have any questions, please post them in the comments below.
Important Security Notice – Vulnerability allowing permission escalation
Please note that if you a commercial customer of Upsource, you should have already received an email from us in the middle of December. No further action is required if have already seen this email. (more…)
Upsource 2017.2.2398 is out!
A new bug-fix update for Upsource 2017.2 has been published — build 2398. It contains more compatibility fixes for Google Chrome 61 as well as several other improvements: When running a distributed installation of Upsource with multiple analyzers, it is no longer necessary to manually distribute projects between analyzers as this is now done automatically. When code intelligence is enabled,
Malicious code reviews: 11 tips to piss the whole team off
Disclaimer: Please do not take this post seriously, and happy Friday! Your team has decided to adopt code review practice, and your perfect code now will be judged by someone else. Well, how dare they think they can find any issues with your brilliant code? On top of that, you need to spend your valuable time reviewing someone else’s code? That does it! Fight back the tyranny by following these
Upsource plugin for IntelliJ platform updated
Hi all, Many thanks for your feedback! Following it up, we have fixed some performance issues in the IntelliJ-platform plugin, and a problem that was preventing the plugin from detecting Mercurial-based projects: UP-4078. Next time you start your IDE, it should show you a notification about availability of the new version of Upsource integration plugin. Alternatively, you can update the plug