Collaborative peer code review

Code reviews = quality code. Review code, discuss changes, share knowledge, and identify defects with Crucible's flexible review workflow. It's code review made easy for Subversion, CVS, Perforce, and more.

Crucible: Collaborative Peer Code Review across your Git, SVN, Mercurial, Perforce, and CVS repositories

Pricing overview

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Flexible code reviews

Crucible supports several ways for doing pre-commit or post-commit code reviews:

  • Workflow-based reviews
  • Quick reviews with cut-and-paste snippets
  • Create reviews from the command line
  • One-click reviews from changesets or issues

Threaded comments, inline discussions

Point. Click. Comment. Turn any review into a threaded discussion to catch major defects, improve code architecture, or discuss desired improvements.

JIRA integration and more

Integrate code review into your everyday development process.

  • View source code associated with code reviews.
  • View and create code reviews from JIRA.
  • Turn Crucible code review comments into actionable JIRA issues.

Iterative reviews

Code review is inherently iterative. Review and comment on code, and as you move through a review, Crucible tracks which files you've already covered, then resets them as new revisions are added.

Distributed teams

Crucible bridges the gap for distributed teams and makes code review possible.

  • Instant feedback on review activity via email and RSS
  • Audit trail of all review activity
  • Activity streams including source code and code reviews

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Latest Crucible blog

Piotr Święcicki

Simpler, smoother reviews with FishEye and Crucible 3.9

In this release, the team focused on making the day-to-day interaction with your reviews faster and more enjoyable. The new review activity stream puts the entire review discussion at your fingertips ...

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