How crucible/fisheye track review of GIT pre-commit code

Does anyone know how pre commit work with Fisheye?

E.g. Patch is submitted from developer's local to Crucible review, once review has been completed it is pushed to the repository. Hence how does developer indicate/link crucible review which was used to review the change when commiting to the repository?

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Hi Soo,

I suggest you to take a look at Using smart commits documentation. There you will find a brief explanation with commands to reference your reviews from your commits.

In your case, I believe you will find useful information under Updating an existing review section.


Gustavo Refosco

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