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How can I "manage" commits with FishEye?

Hello,

I'm new to FishEye, and I'm not sure that this is the tool that can do what I'm looking for, so this is why I'm asking this question.

I manage a team of developers that work together on the same project. From time to time, when we have a tetsing session, I need to go over all the commits that were done from the last testing session and make sure that all of them are tested and validated.

What I would like to accomplish with FishEye is to view the list of commits from some date and have the ability to mark a status for each commit, for example: should be tested, in testing, failed, validated, ignored etc. In addition, I'd need to add remarks for each commit. Of course I will also need serach and filter abilities on the commits status/remarks.

Is this possible with FishEye? with another tool? am I doing this the right way, or should I use a whole different methodolgy?

Thanks,

Ziv

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Hi Ziv,

My understanding is that what you really want to do is code review with Crucible. With FishEye and Crucible together you will have the possibility to create code review for each commit made by your team.

During a code review itself you can add comments to a changeset, mark it as a defect, and use your own classification to give a status to a commit.

You will also have the possibility to generate reports to see how much of your code has been reviewed. I invite you to check the following link to learn more about Crucible: http://www.atlassian.com/software/crucible/

Let me know if it helps,

Cheers,

Sten
FishEye / Crucible Product Manager

Hi,

Thanks for the reply.

I'll try installing FishEye and Crucible and see if it suits my needs.

Ziv

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