Does Fisheye has some standard Crucible review instruments, those allow the pre-commit code review with the correctness commits check?
We need something such:
1. When a developer commits code to the ‘clean’ trunk, s/he must include the review’s card code into the commit’s comment, for example: “The code relates to the Jira ticket [XXXXXX-№] and review code is r:CR-YYYY-№”
2. The Hook parses the comment, gets the review code and
a. If the code is absent or points to non-existent review card, the commit is refused.
b. If the review card is not in the Closed state, the commit is refused.
c. If the files list attached to the review or their changing content does not coincide with the committing code, the commit is refused.
d. So, only if all the previous items are false, the Hook ‘allows’ the code to be committed.
FishEye is accessing SCMs in read only way, so I'm afraid it is not possible to write commit hooks to refuse commits in the way you described. Although if you are hosting your repository in Stash you can implement commit hooks to do whatever checks you need. Alternatively you can look into the SCMs specific commit hooks and do whatever checks you need there.
Crucible provides REST endpoints so it is possible to connect to Crucible remotely and check review status etc. See https://docs.atlassian.com/fisheye-crucible/latest/wadl/crucible.html
Hope that helps,