what is fecru?

Disk space on our fisheye installation was getting low last night, and I found 5gb of stuff in a user's home directory that looked old and unused so I removed it. "fecru-2.6.1". Turns out that was actually hooked up to jira and I broke our source buttons

Problem executing query
directory '/home/<snip>/fecru-2.6.1/var/cache/Network/idx0' does not exist):
select revisions from dir "/" where comment matches "OPS-197" order by date asc group by changeset return csid

Now I'm unable to find any information on what "fecru" is or does nor any place to download it. The only atlassian reference google shows me is this rather vague page:


Can anybody help me with some clue?

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"FeCru" is a nickname for "FishEye and Crucible".

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FECru stands for Atlassian's FishEye & Crucible.

You may download 2.6.1 from here: https://www.atlassian.com/software/crucible/download-archives

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