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Fisheye is a revision-control browser and search engine owned by Atlassian, Inc. Although Fisheye is a commercial product, it is freely available to open source projects and non-profit institutions. In addition to the advanced search and diff capabilities, it provides:
- the notion of changelog and changesets - even if the underlying version control system (such as CVS) does not support this
- direct, resource-based URLs down to line-number level
- monitoring and user-level notifications via e-mail or RSS
Fisheye is tightly integrated with Crucible - a collaborative and iterative code review tool from Atlassian.
Use in open-source projects
Atlassian approves free licenses for community and open-source installations under certain conditions. Many major open source projects use Fisheye to provide a front-end for the source code repository:
Due to the resource-based URLs, it is possible to integrate Fisheye with different issue and bug tracking systems. It also provides a REST and XML-RPC API. Fisheye also integrates with IDEs like IntelliJ IDEA via the Atlassian IDE Connector.
- Fisheye Repository Browsing
- "FishEye Licensing - Atlassian".
- FishEye Search
- FishEye Advanced Diffs
- FishEye Changelog & Changesets
- Fisheye Communications
- Fisheye Notifications
- "The Firebird Project is now using Fisheye". Atlassian. 2008-10-30.
- Atlassian. "Fisheye - Pricing | Atlassian". Atlassian. Retrieved 2018-03-08.
- "Supported platforms".
- Fisheye IntelliJ Connector