What is the difference between fisheye and crucible.?
Can you please tell me specific uses of fisheye and crucible?
Does fisheye directly interacts with subversion and jira or it interacts via crucible and then crucible interacts with subversion and jira?? how is the interaction happens between jira, fisheye, crucible and subversion?
Fisheye presents a graphical and informative view of your source code repository
Crucible is for doing code reviews
Crucible needs Fisheye to provide it with the view of the code you want to monitor and review. Fisheye needs to be pointed at your subversion repositories in order to provide that.
Jira isn't really directly involved here, but it is nice to integrate it, so that Fisheye and Crucible data can appear on issues, and issues can appear related in Fisheye and Crucible.
Jira doesn't have to interact with subversion at all - a lot of people who have Fisheye and Jira turn off the "subversion plugin" in Jira because Fisheye is more useful.
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