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> Hi all,
> I've used Crucible a couple of times and quite like it. It gives you
> the ability to comment on a particular line/section of code or just
> make an overall comment. Being able to classify the comment as a
> Defect, license missing etc is also very helpful.
> I will say that it's UI and therefore workflow can be a little
> overwhelming. I think somebody would have to put together a "How To"
> guide or the Crucible admins might be able to simplify things down
> If JIRA is chosen as the issue tracker, then Crucible is a nice
> tie-in. I found being able to jump from the JIRA issue to the code
> review and back again was really useful, especially if I was not
> intimately familiar with the code.
I agree that if Jira is choosen then taking Crucible becomes even more
I've not used Crucible so I will go take it for a spin. Let you know
what I think.
> On 27 May 2011 17:19, Ulf Zibis<Ulf.Zibis@...> wrote:
>> Additional Points:
>> - Usability on Windows
>> The current webrev script is practically unusable on Windows. 1., making it
>> to run via Cygwin is not quite easy, 2. needs incredible performance and 3.
>> it crashes by stack overflow, if more than ~8 files are involved.
>> - Performance for creating a WebRev
>> The current webrev script needs much performance.
>> Am 27.05.2011 17:29, schrieb Mohan Pakkurti:
>>> Hi all,
>>> In april I posted a request for use cases and features for a code review
>>> system for OpenJDK.
>>> I have aggregated the many enthusiastic replies received in response, and
>>> did a comparison of Review Board and Crucible.
>>> Here are some preliminary findings from the comparison:
>>> http://cr.openjdk.java.net/~mo/openjdk/codereview/ReviewboardCrucibleComparison.pdf >>>
>>> Let me know if there are any more requirements you want to add to this
>>> list. If you have experience using these systems, please do share your
>>> impressions about these tools.