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FishEye provides a read-only window into your Subversion, Perforce, CVS, Git, and Mercurial repositories, all in one place. Keep a pulse on everything about your code: Visualize and report on activity, integrate source with JIRA issues, and search for commits, files, revisions, or people.

FishEye: Source Browser

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Track code activity in one place

View all your code activity – changesets, revisions, branches, tags, diffs, annotations – from Subversion, CVS, Perforce, Git, and Mercurial. FishEye brings multiple repositories into one centralized place.

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Connect JIRA issues and source

The key ingredient to any source code manager is its relationship to issues. Connect FishEye to JIRA, and close the loop between code changes and the tasks that prompted them. 

Find code fast

Search by any artifact in your code: file names, commit messages, authors, text, and even historical changes.

FishEye: Search code

Visualize repositories, branches, and commits

Get a graphical representation of activity in your source, report on lines of code over time, and get a visual audit trail of changes.

FishEye: source code graphical representation

Make better, faster decisions

Understand how changes were introduced: what, when, where, and by who.

FishEye: Understand source code changes

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