Where do I find SVN Flash and can I download it to use?


I read that SVN Flash is a great tool to use for integrating JIRA and SVN. Is this free for me to download and use? Not sure where to find it so I can download it.

Thanks in advance.


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Mainly due my personal work overload and the low interest of the JIRA community.

Hi Pablo,

Thanks for your response. I understand about workload. Too bad it's no longer an available/supported tool.



Hope I got free time in the future to rescue the major SVNFlash killer feature: a cache for the whole repository history. It was faster than TortoiseSVN and Subclipse. Moreover, SVNFlash was able to show JIRA issues related to SVN commits.

I've found and old image on the Internet: it shows a revision graph for an element in the apache.org's public Subversion repository (>1 million of commits). Well, it does not show any JIRA Issue because the option for itwas not selected in the example.


It was discontinued some time ago :(


Why did you discontinuedit?

+1 for Pablo finding the time to bring SVNFlash back to life. All alternatives suck!

Good news. SVNFlash is resurrecting, silently. And it looks healthy.

The first main step is completed, I forked the Atlassian JIRA Subversion plug-in and replaced the Lucene index by a Java relational database (currently Derby) and it seems to work nicely:


Coming soon the second announcement ;)


More good news: The second phase has already been acomplished.

Well, it does not look like the original SVNFlash and it is not so powerful, but it is going in the same direction. Probably, it is a bit difficult figure out the relationship between this and the original SVNFlash... the next major relase will bring a lot of light for sure.

This 2.0.0 version bundles a Web Client for Subversion. Thus, you can explore all your repositores from within JIRA and it's fully integrated with the JIRA Subversion plug-in fork.

Stay tuned for the next announcement ;).

The 3.0 version of the plug-in (it has changed its name to Subverion Plus) shows similar revision graphs to the original SVNFlash... in HTML5 this time.

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