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Re: How to reject svn changes?

From: Tom Widmer <tom.widmer_at_camcog.com>
Date: Tue, 18 Mar 2008 18:30:07 +0000

Chris wrote:

> > and some systems integrate code reviews into the process to that no
> > un-reviewed code will ever slip into the repository.
> ...
> > I suggest setting up a code review process. There are some products out
> > there that can help you with that.
> Any pointers to such products would be well-appreciated. I'm definitely
> willing to pay for a commercial product if it would solve this problem.

TeamCity has a delayed commit feature for their build server which could
be useful. Does Hudson have this?

Crucible is a code reviewing tool; SmartBear Software have a couple of
code review tools too.

Other VCS tools have better support for not letting changes hit 'trunk'
until they have been checked. AccuRev is a good example of a commercial
tool, and the DVCSes like Mercurial and Bazaar have some features for
this too.


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