Review Board 3.0.11 Release Notes¶
Release date: December 6, 2018
The Diff Validation API no longer allows usage of private repositories.
The Validate Diff List Resource allowed for private repositories to be specified when validating a new diff. This did not leak any file contents whatsoever, but could expose whether a particular file at a revision did or did not exist, or whether an uploaded patch could be applied against those files.
This is only an issue for servers making use of private repositories, and it does not apply to Local Site access control. Still, we recommend that everyone updates to this release.
Added support for modern Bitbucket WebHooks for auto-closing review requests.
Bitbucket recently removed support for their legacy WebHooks, breaking Review Board deployments that used that for auto-closing review requests.
This release adds support for the modern WebHooks. Administrators will need to re-add WebHooks (see our instructions).
Increased the maximum length of repository names to 255. (Bug #4730)
Some users manage so many repositories that it makes sense to just use the repository URLs/clone paths as the repository names. This gives them much more room to do that, bringing the maximum length from 64 to 255.
Patch by Praise Ayorinde.
Fixed the error information when unable to determine the GitLab API version. (Bug #4737)
Users with self-hosted GitLab installs have run into errors saying that the GitLab API version could not be determined. We’ve found this is generally caused by either a domain name resolution issue or an untrusted SSL certificate.
The error displayed now includes information on the original error, for diagnostic purposes, and lists possible causes.
Fixed sending of WebHook payloads using certain data types. (Bug #4759)
This builds upon fixes in 3.0.10, supporting more data types that weren’t being properly handled in WebHook payloads.