Brand new, super slick, ajax-and-HTML5-powered file browser for much faster directory hierarchy navigation.
Repository renames now show up in the activity feed
No more “no newline found at end of diff” crash
DAG rendering for graph view now plays nicer w/ named branches
Installer no longer fails if user has explorer window open and pointed at Kiln folder
Improved Kiln Import usability (including more straightforward “you’re missing specific subversion components” messages)
Kiln Import tool’s error debugging log takes care to avoid logging user’s password
Ajax error handler is now better about reporting errors that occur during an ajax request
The Kiln/FogBugz shared admin interface underwent a bunch of usability tweaks. Most importantly, the “Admin” dropdown menu remains in the upper right to help users navigate.
As always, fixed a bunch of small CSS/browser issues and edge case crashes found in the field
Tons more, but you’ve probably stopped reading by now
Our On Demand backend now monitors the size of each and every repository so we can keep an eye on anybody purposefully using Kiln as their video storage solution 😉 (even though we still, as of now, don’t charge based on storage).
Code reviews used to, rarely, pop up a little “this review has changed” message at inappropriate times. Fixed.
The FogBugz source control integration page now includes a helpful Kiln teaser for anybody researching source control hooks.
The admin interface’s “Fog Creek Software” logo used to be blurry in some old (FF2) browsers. Fixed.
We’re more forgiving and graceful in the way we truncate and handle large diffs. More improvements on this front coming in 1.2.
The KilnAuth extension was slightly tweaked to handle locked cookie files that get locked by antivirus software.
The Kiln Plugin is no longer downloaded with FogBugz On Demand databases when a user chooses to export their database.
On Demand customers that have seen unnecessary “Kiln Communication” errors should get these cleared out by the new upgrade.