Java News from Tuesday, September 6, 2005

Cenqua has posted the first beta of FishEye 1.1, a $999 payware tool for viewing CVS activity. I've been using FishEye lately as part of my work with the Jaxen Project. As well as drawing graphs of activity, it lets you see who's committing what when to CVS, what individual committers have been up to, what's going on in different branches, what's happened to particular files, and so forth. It automatically wraps up tarballs and zip files of the current code base. The big new feature in 1.1 is Subversion support.