Improved Beanstalk Integration in Torch Project Management

In May we released integration with Beanstalk. This allows users of both Torch and Beanstalk to create time entries, check-off events/tasks and categorize the message without leaving the subversion commit process. Now, thanks to the folks at Beanstalk, we've enhanced this feature to allow direct access to changed files. Here is a sample message created through a Beanstalk commit:

Revision Change in Torch

If you click on "View" button next to a particular file it will take you directly to that file in Beanstalk:

View in Beanstalk

How to setup Beanstalk integration >

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