It's been just over a month since RBTools 0.7.1 arrived at stores near you (or probably not). That's a whole month spent not upgrading RBTools, and we can't have that. Plus, there were some good bug fixes and new commands we thought we'd send your way. So let's not waste any more time. Here's what's in today's release of RBTools 0.7.2.
First and foremost, Bitbucket/Beanstalk/Unfuddle fixes. We've heard reports from users that posting changes against their Git repositories hosted on these services that just resulted in failure, so we've gone ahead and fixed that all up.
We've also fixed up some API caching brokenness when running against Review Board 2.0.13 and older. If you've ever tried to land a change clearly marked Ship It!, with an error saying it's not marked Ship It!, then you were hit by this bug.
(Oh, we had to disable some optimizations when running against 2.0.13 and older. You'll probably want to upgrade to the soon-to-be-released Review Board 2.0.14 as soon as you can.)
There are also two new RBTools commands for you to play with:
rbt loginwill log into a Review Board server and store the cookie.
rbt postand other commands will still do that, but it's sometimes handy to have new users log in once in order to ensure they're all set up properly.
rbt logoutwill log you out of your API session on Review Board, and delete the cookie.
For the full list of changes, see our release notes.