Tonight we released RBTools 0.3, the latest and greatest update since 0.2. RBTools, aka "That thing post-review lives in," supports the new API in Review Board 1.5.x and contains fixes and enhancements for CVS, Subversion, ClearCase, Mercurial, Perforce, and more.
The are so many improvements in this release, but two big highlights I'd like to point out are the support for the new Review Board 1.5.x API, and the addition of Plastic SCM support.
Review Board 1.5.x's new API is extensive, and we're working to make RBTools take advantage of it. To start with, we've updated post-review to make use of it, which is important because the old API is going away in the upcoming Review Board 1.6 release. The plan is to introduce new scripts alongside post-review that call into the new API, replicating nearly all of the web UI's functionality from the command line. At the same time, we'll have a Python API that developers can use to talk to Review Board. All this will happen for the RBTools 1.0 release.
As I mentioned, we received Plastic SCM support by way of Dick Porter, one of the Plastic SCM developers. This is a new cross-platform DVCS provided by Codice Software, with professional and community editions. It's meant to work with the Plastic SCM support going into Review Board 1.6. If you're using Plastic SCM, you should be able to start using Review Board and Plastic SCM together soon.
There was also a big push for improvements to ClearCase, Mercurial, and Perforce. I'd like to thank Jan Koprowski for the ClearCase work, Dan Buch for Mercurial, and Ben Hollis for Perforce. And of course, there were many other contributors with critical bug fixes and enhancements in this release.
For the full list of changes and contributors, see the release notes.
Please note: If you're using Review Board 1.5.x and after upgrading to RBTools 0.3 you can't log in, you may have an incompatible WSGI configuration. Please see the FAQ entry on fixing this.