Hey all, I was just wondering if there is a Crucible 2.7 plugin that can be used for my Confluence 4.2 wiki page? I understand the following statement below, but is there ANY sort of "code review" plugin that I can use for my wiki? Thanks, any help is appreciated.
Crucible Confluence LightSCM Plugin has Been Removed from Crucible
Previously, Crucible shipped with a plugin to enable reviews against content in Confluence. Since Confluence 4's new editor will no longer support wiki markup, this plugin has been deprecated. The Crucible plugin source as well as the source for the Confluence SCM plugin will remain open-source and are available via the Plugin Exchange at the following locations:
Actually we have the Crucible Connector, that is a plugin that provides a functionality to insert a macro displaying a short summary of a Crucible Review and this summary includes the ID, name, and status of the review and a link to the review. And this plugin is available for your Confluence version - 4.2.
For more details, please check the following link:
And if you need some assistance with the usage of the plugin itself, you request a help from the plugin's provider by the following e-mail address:
I hope this helps.
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