As you know GitLab is open source software to collaborate on code. Today we released a new version of GitLab Community Edition (CE), with new features and bug fixes.
The main change of this release is the upgrade to the Twitter Bootstrap 3 front-end framework, up from version 2. This makes the GitLab UI more responsive and it also gives a fresh look for some of the UI controls.
We also improved the comments system: new comments are loaded with AJAX and we have fixed the comment anchor bug. Jason Blanchard brought us the ability to change the issue assignee and milestone directly from issue page. He is the MVP of this month.
When you accept a Merge Request in GitLab 6.5 the title and description of the MR will automatically be included in the merge commit. You can also edit the merge commit if you like. This feature was sponsored by Say Media.
WARNING: Be careful not to include text that should stay outside your Git commit history in the title or description of a Merge Request.
With Bootstrap 3 we support devices with resolution 768x1024 and higher.
Below are a few screenshots of GitLab 6.5 taken with an iPad 2.
Dropdown menus on the issue show page for the assignee and milestone allow users to update these fields directly without having to go to the ‘Edit Issue’ screen first. Thank you Jason Blanchard!
Now you can download repositories in the format you prefer. Thank you Jason Hollingsworth!
We have added new filters to the user’s Dashboard Issue and Merge Request index. This feature was sponsored by Say Media.
For a full list of changes see the CHANGELOG.
If you are setting up a new GitLab installation see the installation section of the README.
For LDAP group support and more have a look at the feature list of GitLab Enterprise Edition. Access to GitLab Enterprise Edition is included with a GitLab.com subscription. No time to upgrade or maintain Gitlab yourself? GitLab.com also offers upgrade and installation services as part of a GitLab.com subscription or alternatively on a consultancy basis.Install GitLab on your own server in 2 minutes