Category Archives: scm-manager

Issue restart

Over the years, SCM-Manager received a lot of attention and a lot of people had questions. Some of them led to issues on BitBucket, which were migrated to GitHub not long ago. With the release of SCM-Manager 2 getting closer, we would like to get rid of old issues, because we would like to focus […]

SCM-Manager 2.0.0-rc5

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 […]

We migrated to GitHub

As mentioned here, we migrated the scm-manager core repository to GitHub: scm-manager/scm-manager. We decided to do so due to the removed mercurial support from Bitbucket. This is no statement whatsoever against Mercurial, we will continue to support Mercurial, Git and Subversion. We migrated the entire code base from Mercurial to Git The Bitbucket Wiki is now […]

SCM-Manager 2.0.0-rc4

For some time, the incompatability of SCM-Manager 2 with Java 9 or above has annoyed us. Now we can happily announce, that this is history. With the new version 2.0.0-rc4 SCM-Manager can run on Java 9 and above. A little error though has not made it into this release: If you are hosting mercurial repositories, […]

SCM-Manager 2.0.0-rc2

About six weeks ago we presented you the first release candidate of SCM-Manager 2. Now we finished the RC-2. Here are our favorite new features: Unification of source and commits become “code” We got feedback that the navigation points “Commits” and “Sources” on the right side led to confusion, because the branch context was lost on […]

SCM-Manager 2 – First release candidate

We are more than happy to announce that the first release candidate of SCM-Manager 2 is ready! Since the last news about SCM-Manager 2 we have worked on the missing key features like the plugin center or anonymous access to repositories. Now it is done and we are offering you the chance to try RC-1 […]

Migration to GitHub

Because of the soon ending support for Mercurial repositories on Bitbucket (link) we decided to move all SCM-Manager repositories to GitHub. Since there won’t be a major repository hosting platform left that supports Mercurial, it was inevitable for us to migrate the SCM-Manager repository from Mercurial to Git. Of course, we could have stayed on Bitbucket with […]

Cloudogu support team

Some time ago a vigorous involvement with SCM-Manager was announced in the Cloudogu blog. In the first step, Cloudogu joined the development of SCM-Manager 2. Now, as the second step, Cloudogu assigned a team to actively help with the support for SCM-Manager. The team will do what a support team does: answer your questions, evaluate […]

SCM-Manager 2 development

Over the last couple of years it became clear that SCM-Manager 1 does not have the capabilities to fulfill the requirements of a modern SourceCodeManagement Tool. Great feature requests had to be rejected, because they simply could not be implemented with SCM-Manager 1. That is why the development of SCM-Manager 2 started. Now, thanks to […]