I have codesys ST code. I want a tool for collaborative code reviews. does crucible supports it? If not then please let me know of such tool which could support codesys code review
Hi @winy verma,
As far as I see here, "ST" stands for "Structured Text" and CodeSys is used for industrial PLC programming.
More important than the source code language is the type of repository in which this code is committed to. In FishEye / Crucible you can configure Bitbucket Server, CVS, Git, Mercurial, Perforce and SVN repositories. Take a look at this document for further information.
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Hello Felipe, Thanks for your answer. I am using SVN respository to checkout .porjetarchive file of codesys code which is developed using structure text language. What I understand from your post is that I can configure crucible to access ".projectarchive" of my SVN respository. After this crucible can be used to review my Codesys ST code stored in that ".projectarchive", right? What do I have to use with crucible ".project" or ".projectarchive"? Thanks, Winy
Codesys is a development environment for PLC programming, by "3S-Smart Software Solution" company ST means "structured text". ST language is logical language similar to C. The repository used to store code is SVN. My PLC program is developed in ST language using codesys v3.5 tool. I want to review this ST code of mine, using crucible. Is it possible to review codesys code via crucible? If not please suggest other tools.
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