Where to download the actual FishEye source?

We are experiencing some unexpected behavior while indexing a repository that contains ü's and ä's in the filepaths. Since I wanted to exclude a configuration problem on our side before filing a bug, I wanted to look into the indexing mechanism of Fisheye.

The page https://my.atlassian.com/download/source/fisheyestates that "your license entitles you to the FishEye source for the period of your license" - but the downloadable .zip only contains the source for the JSPs, templates etc. The rest is packed in the fisheye.jar, without any source.

How do I get my hands on the actual source files?


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Hi Ronnie,

I'm afraid FishEye/Crucible is different to other Atlassian's product that it only comes with JSP Source code but not the rest of source code. See https://www.atlassian.com/licensing/purchase-licensing#customizationsandprofessionalservices-1

Kind regards,

That's unfortunate. Thanks anyway.

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