In a previous post, we explained how to integrate Ctrlflow Automated Error Reporting with an external bug tracker. Since then, we have added GitHub to the list of supported bug trackers. This allows reviewers to create bugs from within the Ctrlflow Automated Error Reporting UI and have problems synchronized with their corresponding [...]Ctrlflow
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Ctrlflow Automated Error Reporting recently introduced project dashboards, whose detailed charts make it easy to track how effective projects are at fixing problems. With the introduction of dashboard queries, these dashboards have become even more useful. For every project, you can define one or more custom queries, which will be [...]Ctrlflow
Ctrlflow Automated Error Reporting now comes with a much requested feature: charts and dashboards. At the moment, you can choose from a dozen different chart types. These range from a simple pie chart showing the severity of reported problems to an elaborate scatter plot showing which of your projects are best at fixing problems. This [...]Ctrlflow
With Eclipse Neon, the latest version of the Eclipse IDE (to be available for public download very soon, on 22 June 2016), search has seen small, but useful improvements. Since milestone 2, the Eclipse IDE allows your full-text searches to cover binary files as well. You can thus quickly search for a magic byte sequence. Unfortunately, [...]Ctrlflow
As of 2.0.0 Ctrlflow Automated Error Reporting UI allows editing of multiple problems at once. This feature was requested by many of you and has now been implemented, finally! Editing multiple problems at once is now pretty straight forward: Go to the problems overview page or problem search results page, Click on “Edit Multiple Problems [...]Ctrlflow