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Review Board 1.7.13 released

Review Board 1.7.13 is released, and brings with it support for Beanstalk and Bitbucket Git.

Beanstalk is a code hosting and development service with support for Git and Subversion. It integrates with a variety of services and offers easy deployment to servers.

We had support for Bitbucket with Mercurial, but due to some missing API, we couldn't integrate with Git. That's been solved in 1.7.13, if you also use RBTools 0.5.2.

There's also a handful of other fixes and improvements in this release.

While you're upgrading, we recommend making some additional changes to your Apache configuration. See the updates on our guide to securing file attachments.

See the release notes for more information on what's in 1.7.13.

RBTools 0.5.2 released

RBTools 0.5.2 is released, with a handful of new features and some nice fixes.

First off, along with the upcoming Review Board 1.7.13 release, you'll be able to post changes to Beanstalk and Bitbucket Git repositories. This should be helpful to a lot of you looking to use these services.

We've also made the tools a bit more friendly. The --help argument is back for all tools, and can be placed before or after the rbt sub-command (for example, rbt --help post or rbt post --help).

There's a new rbt get tool for scripts that want to talk more directly to our API, or those who want to experiment with the API without writing a script.

On top of all that, there's git-p4 support, improved Subversion support, and more.

See the release notes for the full list.