Sunday, June 13, 2010

New release (1.0.1387)

A new release is available. From the last release announcement on this blog (for 1.0.1355), there are some minor improvements which you will probably not notice but I hope you are inexplicably a little happier when using Worklog Assistant. I know I am!

One you may notice is that the time tracker for a JIRA issue is now automatically started when you start the progress and progress is automatically started when you start the timer.

In addition, there are a few bug fixes that probably won't affect most people but annoyed the people who found them:

  • Automatic JIRA worklog rounding is delayed until submission time
  • "Unknown error" caused by JIRA's version of Axis sending different types
  • JIRA worklog entry window no longer discards incorrect data

Big thanks to the reporters for helping me debug the "Unknown error" in particular.

Keep 'em coming.

Well, that's all for now. Have a good week!

Update: A new version has been released due to a bug affecting certain workflows with the auto-timer/progress starting.

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