FishEye opens your source code repository and helps development teams keep tabs on what's going on.
Track code changes, stay notified of commits via RSS, and search through the guts of your Subversion, CVS or Perforce repository — all from the comfort of the Web.
FishEye gives your source code repository (Subversion, CVS or Perforce) a simple Web interface. Developers can use FishEye to browse directly to a file or directory, traverse deep directory hierarchies quickly, and see visualizations of a branch history for an individual file.
FishEye makes the contents of your repository (Subversion, CVS or Perforce) instantly discoverable through search. Query by author, date range, tag, branch, filename, comment, file content, you name it.
Keep track of what's going on with FishEye's subscription and notification capabilities. Track changesets, commits and other activity in the repository in near real-time, all from the comfort of your favorite RSS reader, or via email alerts.
FishEye makes it simple to share quick links to source code by representing each line of code as a unique URL. FishEye can link directly to specific files, revisions, diffs, lines of code, directories, changesets, search results and more.
FishEye gives you a simple way to report on activity in your Subversion, CVS or Perforce repository, turning your messy source code repository into a beautiful dashboard of meaningful charts and graphs. Use these to report on the activity of teams, the status of projects, and the detail of what's changed.