Crucible provides asynchronous, iterative code review in a Web browser, Eclipse, or IntelliJ. You can quickly create reviews by adding changesets, whole files, diffs, or search results from your source code repository for post commit reviews. Alternatively, you can upload patches or whole files to the Web UI or directly from your IDE to start a pre-commit review. Other features include revision updates, inline source commenting, threaded comments with metrics, enhanced views of diffs (partial line changes) with context, keyword expansion and white space control, syntax-highlighted full source, and workflow and notification. Crucible supports Subversion, Perforce, ClearCase, and Git source code repositories, as well as Confluence and traditional file systems. Tight FishEye integration enables even deeper support for Subversion, Perforce, CVS, Git, and Mercurial.
|Tags||Software Development Code Review Tools|
|Operating Systems||Mac OS X Windows POSIX Linux|
Release Notes: This release provides improved performance throughout the product: activity streams, project lists, and more. The next feature focuses on bringing teammates into a conversation that they otherwise would not be a part of: simply @mention a user in a review comment, and they will be pulled into a conversation There are several ways to share repositories, commits, files, and diffs with your team easily from Crucible. Crucible now supports Subversion 1.7.
Release Notes: This release provides stronger integration with JIRA: transition the JIRA issue linked to a code review at the same time you close a Crucible code review. It adds automatic and manual review reminders.
Release Notes: This release provides searching options for reviews and review comments. Also, enterprise database support was added for Oracle and Microsoft SQL server. User management can be delegated via JIRA with improved JIRA integration. HTML emails and improved pre-commit reviews were added.
Release Notes: This release focuses on adding support for Oracle DBMS (beta). Crucible has improved navigation through the navigation bar, allowing users to quickly jump to recently viewed code reviews, projects, users, and more. This release redesigns the activity streams and improves batch email notifications (fewer messages from comments on reviews).
Release Notes: This release introduces a 5 user tier for starter teams. New Crucible Inbox: filters to organize and keep track of code reviews: inbox, outbox, and archive. Native repository access to Subversion, Mercurial, Git, Perforce, CVS, and ClearCase. A new UI and improved JIRA integration.