Charles thanks for the reply. Specifically I am looking for similar feature found in GitLab, where you can comment any change of any commit at any time.
We have been evaluating various Git management as a bridge between Git and SVN. It's now in phase 2 and the contenders are Stash and GitLab. I understand Crucible offers a much broader set of functionalities, but that may be later. For now I have to make a case or even a projection for Stash in the context of code review.
There's an unanswered question by Andrew Morin here: https://answers.atlassian.com/questions/129486/git-stash-vs-git-fisheye-crucible
Ahh. Yes, comment on commits is something that we're very keen to do at some point. You may want to vote and watch the following:
As mentioned above, you can definitely create a PR in Stash for an individual commit, but you will need to create a temporary branch to facilitate that.
I'm curious what you mean by code review? Do you want to be able to review arbitrary changesets? Or is it something else?
One option would be to use both Stash and Crucible, the latter has a more estabilished and mature code review experience.
If your biggest problem is just reviewing arbitrary commits, have you thought about creating temporary branches so that you can open a pull request? If the commits are not sequential you would have to cherry-pick them to a temporary branch. I can go into more detail if that doesn't make sense.
Sorry I can't give you a straight answer, it partly depends on what you mean by review. We certainly plan to enrich pull requests over time to make it as awesome as we can.
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