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  • Do we really need crucible for code review in Bitbucket? or Bitbucket is good enough as a light weight code review tool on its own. Are we missing on something really important if we don't get that plugin going between crucible and Bitbucket?

Do we really need crucible for code review in Bitbucket? or Bitbucket is good enough as a light weight code review tool on its own. Are we missing on something really important if we don't get that plugin going between crucible and Bitbucket?

 

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In my opinion Bitbucket is a *much* better code-reviewing tool than Crucible.   I decommissioned my Crucible instance a few months after installing Bitbucket Server (it was called Stash back then).

 

p.s.  I'm the author of a Marketplace add-on:  Bit-Booster Commit Graph And More

We also are finding Bitbucket code review and are encouraging our teams to move in that direction.

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