This topic describes the changes made to Collaborator 2.1.704. For information on the changes made to other versions of the product, see Version History.
added — Perforce trigger to check that a review has been created, but not care if that review has been finished.
added — Reinvite preference expanded to mean "works independently".
fixed — Perforce GUI integrations fail to find p4 after upgrading to 2.1.
fixed — Time-in-review database view updated to ignore time spent during "rework" phase.
fixed — Specifying multiple files to addchanges fails for Subversion (Case 34354)
fixed — Subversion added files showing up as modified (Case 34337)
fixed — Search results should not return reviews that the current user does not have access to.
fixed — Case sensitivity problem in Perforce trigger (Case 34288)
fixed — Side by side version titles not appropriate for checked in changelists (Case 33422)
fixed — Eclipse plugin subversion integration does not properly set the base revision (Case 34108)
fixed — Eclipse plugin subversion integration does not handle spaces in filenames correctly (Case 34008)
fixed — Subversion integration not finding reverted files (Case 34400)
fixed — Uploading new changes to a review changes the state, but not the phase of the review.
fixed — Action Item message for authors is misleading if the author is required to complete the review.
fixed — External defects should be drawn with strike through and italic style (Case 34023)
fixed — Externalized defect system should link to configured create defect URL (Case 34021)
fixed — Remove usernames from Subversion URL's (Case 33425)
fixed — Where possible, derive the author from the Subversion URL (Case 33806)
fixed — Remove usernames from Subversion server config (Case 33807)
fixed — Action item text did not always make sense for users whose activity is required to initiate phase change.
fixed — Authors who marked reviews finished had no action item at all while waiting for other participants.
fixed — Hide-show previous changelists must be sticky (Case 33888)