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News and posts from release category

SCM-Manager 2.5.0

Posted on 2020-09-11 by SCM-Team


we improved the general usability and workflow by adding some new features which you may checkout with this release.

You can now filter your repositories by namespace. Namespace Filter

Also we created a new plugin which can improve your workflow by creating template repositories. A template repository is defined by adding a template definition file. Right after… Template

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SCM-Manager 2.4.0

Posted on 2020-08-14 by Konstantin Schaper

Today we are releasing the next minor version of the SCM-Manager with a number of exciting new features that we want to share in this blog post with you.

Full anonymous access

It is now possible to allow unauthenticated users to access parts of the SCM-Manager web interface (it was previously already possible for the api). The anonymous mode can be activated globally, either for ui and/or api. A new _anonymous

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SCM-Manager 2.3.0

Posted on 2020-07-23 by SCM-Team

With this new release we improved the general stability of SCM-Manager as we fixed some minor bugs. Also the documentation was updated on several topics like the SSL configuration or the Reverse proxy configuration.

It may seem obvious but we decided to show line numbers on most…

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SCM-Manager 2.2.0

Posted on 2020-07-03 by SCM-Team

Since SCM-Manager 1 it has been the most wanted feature, and now finally you can change the namespace and the name of your repositories. Just take a look at the new "Danger Zone" in the repository settings.

Danger Zone

Another little feature is the capability to link to commits/changesets in other repositories in your commit messages and markdown documents like READMEs. Just use the format namespace/name@revision, eg. cloudogu/scm-manager@1234567

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SCM-Manager 2.1.0

Posted on 2020-06-18 by SCM-Team

With the release of 2.0.0 we did not stop. We just took a deep breath and continued doing what we love most. So here it is, version 2.1.0 of SCM-Manager, bringing to you some really nice new features.

New Features

Expandable Diff

It is now possible to expand the gaps between the…

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SCM-Manager 2.0.0

Posted on 2020-06-05 by SCM-Team

Good news, we made it. Before running out of numbers for our release candidates, we finally released version 2.0.0 of SCM-Manager.

It took us nearly 10 years, over 10,000 commits and 8 release candidates.

What’s new?

To be honest, more than we can explain in a single post, but…

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SCM-Manager 2.0.0-rc8

Posted on 2020-05-08 by Eduard Heimbuch

Hey folks,

It’s been a month since our last release and today you get our newest version with some new features. Unfortunately, it is another release candidate, but we are optimistic that our final 2.0.0 release will be out soon.

The biggest change of this release candidate is…

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SCM-Manager 2.0.0-rc7

Posted on 2020-04-16 by Rene Pfeuffer

Hey there, another two weeks have passed (can you see the pattern?), and we proudly present release candidate 7 of SCM-Manager 2 to you. Besides a fix regarding repository write requests with anonymous access enabled and other small bugs, we have a new nice plugin for you: A new…

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SCM-Manager 2.0.0-rc6

Posted on 2020-04-01 by Rene Pfeuffer

One of the core features of SCM-Manager is its extensibility with plugins. Installing, updating and removing plugins requires a restart of the SCM-Manager. And to be honest, we would not have thought this would be so hard.

After trying to destroy the complete context of the…

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SCM-Manager 2.0.0-rc5

Posted on 2020-03-13 by Rene Pfeuffer

Release 2 of SCM-Manager brings a lot of changes, some small, some big. Besides the most obvious change, the completely new user interface, there is the new level 3 REST API, which took us a considerable amount of effort to create.

The new REST API allows scripts and other applications to “navigate” from the top level REST resource (/scm/api/v2) to every resource available and to change them: repositories, sources, configurations, and items from plugins like pull requests. Using the editor plugin it is possible, to add or change…

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