|[jgit-dev] [Announce] Gitblit 0.9.1|
Gitblit v0.9.1 released. There was a last minute fix to v0.9.0 after it was tagged and uploaded which necessitated the v0.9.1 tag. Highlights include... * Optional Lucene search integration (issue 16). This works pretty well and is a better alternative to the classic commit-traversal search. Initial indexing can be memory exhaustive so feed your Gitblit a healthy heap. On my Win7 development machine (quad-core i7, 8GB ram, 2 years old) I can index the master branch of the Linux repository in just under 2 mins: 280,000+ commits, 37,700+ files. * Fixed session fixation security bug (issue 62) * Improvements for using Gitblit in distributed/adhoc scenarios (issue 49) * Timezone inconsistencies have been eliminated * Optional Gitblit timezone which is independent of the system timezone (issue 54) * Built-in AJP connector for Gitblit GO (issue 59) * Allow default branch selection * Extended commit age coloring from 2 days to 30 days (issue 57) * Activity page now shows all branches (issue 73) * Some git notes were skipped by Gitblit (issue 70) * Lots of small fixes Technology Preview... This release also features a new Groovy script from Philip McMahon: protect-refs.groovy. This script builds on the blockpush.groovy prototype which was in the Gitblit sources but remained undeployed in v0.8.x. Protect-refs.groovy moves Gitblit a little closer to having fine-grained controls like Gitolite (issue 36) but there is still a ways to go on that front. full details @ http://gitblit.com/releases.html Special Thanks... Thank you to Shawn and Kevin for helping me specify/develop the Lucene initial-indexing algorithm.
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