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RhodeCode 4.14 and 4.15 Released

RhodeCode 4.14 and 4.15 Released

Published on January 09, 2019

We're happy to announce that RhodeCode 4.14 and 4.15 series release is out.

In 4.14 release, we introduced improvements in code-review components, repository archiving, and a new more powerful rcextensions component.
The 4.15 release adds SAML 2.0 Authentication support.

This release highlights are:

  • SAML 2.0 Authentication with support for Google, OneLogin, DuoSecurity.
  • Improved code review with new diff options, and smart context.
  • All new rcextensions extending functionality.
  • Updated fonts to show more consistent style across all different platforms.
  • Switched Polymer components to Polymer 3.0.

Take a few minutes to update your RhodeCode instance:
rccontrol self-update && rccontrol upgrade '*'

New to RhodeCode? Download the latest RhodeCode 4.15 Series from our website.
Keep reading for full release details.

Read more…


RhodeCode 4.13 Release: Enterprise branch permissions

We're happy to announce that RhodeCode 4.13 series release is out. In this release, we introduced long-awaited branch permissions,
a new unified repository switcher, public user group profiles and a completely new caching to improve performance even further.

This release highlights are:

  • Enterprise-Grade Branch permissions.
  • Built-in Error Tracker.
  • Unified repo switcher.
  • New caches improving permissions calculation.
  • Public user group profiles.
  • Nix 18.03 based packages.
  • Added support for svn 1.10
  • Added support for Mercurial 4.6
  • Few notable security improvements.
  • Better clustering support.

Take a few minutes to update your RhodeCode instance:
rccontrol self-update && rccontrol upgrade '*'

New to RhodeCode? Download the latest RhodeCode 4.13 Series from our website.
Keep reading for full release details.

Read more…


RhodeCode 4.12 Release: Security improvements and SVN integrations.

This is a scheduled release that adds an important SSH security fix, enables the integration framework for
SVN repositories, and introduces a new automation task that enables bi-directional sync of repositories.

This release highlights are:

  • Important Security fix for SSH backend.
  • All integrations like Slack, email, Jenkins now are enabled for SVN backend.
  • Added new dedicated Jenkins integration with the support of CSRF authentication.
  • RhodeCode instances can now automatically push or pull from/to remote locations.
  • Speed up pull request display speed by introducing diff-caches.
  • Exposed public user group profiles.

Take a few minutes to update your RhodeCode instance:
rccontrol self-update && rccontrol upgrade '*'

New to RhodeCode? Download the latest RhodeCode 4.12 Series from our website.
Keep reading for full release details.

Read more…



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