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Power Pack 1.4.2 is out, with Visual Studio Team Services and more!

Today's release of Power Pack brings a brand new feature: Support for Visual Studio Team Services.

Formerly known as Visual Studio Online, this service provided by Microsoft allows you and your team to easily set up and work with Team Foundation Server repositories. Now, using Power Pack, you can add your repositories to Review Board and take advantage of all of our enhanced code review capabilities. See the documentation for more information on getting set up.

Visual Studio Team Services Configuration

We've also improved the UI for PDF Review. Previously, the PDF Review UI would appear as its own independent box, separate from the rest of the review request page (including the header with the "Close," "Review," etc. actions). Now, when using Review Board 2.0 or higher, it will fit in more naturally with the rest of the page.

PDF Review UI

There are also a handful of other bug fixes for TFS-Git, anonymous users, and more. See the release notes for more information.

We messed up, so here's Review Board 2.5.6.1!

Review Board 2.5.6 shipped in a bit of a broken state, due to a packaging error that wasn't caught by our automated tests. This led to JavaScript failures on certain pages, like the New Review Request page.

Review Board 2.5.6.1 is out now and fixes the error. If 2.5.6 broke you, just install 2.5.6.1 and you'll be back up and running.

We're expanding our automated testing to ensure this particular problem won't happen again. Sorry for the trouble, and thanks for using Review Board!

Review Board 2.0.24 and 2.5.6 are released!

We have a couple of new releases for you today, mostly focused on bug and compatibility fixes.

Both releases have important fixes for GitLab and compatibility fixes for Subversion 1.9 diffs, both of which we've received numerous bug reports about.

Review Board 2.5.6 also has an important dependency update for django-haystack. If you recently installed Review Board 2.5.x on a new server and had issues creating a site, this should take care of it.

Review Board 2.0.24 now has the improved support for Codebase HQ, which we previously introduced in Review Board 2.5.5. This allows you to work with Subversion and Mercurial repositories hosted there.

Both releases contain several other bug fixes that are worth getting. See the release notes for more information:

Also remember that if you're upgrading to 2.0.24, you need to follow the instructions in the release notes to ensure you're getting the right version.