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Atlassian Crucible by Crucible
Price: $10 - $20000 (one-time)

Crucible by Atlassian is a collaborative tool that helps the users to review code, discuss changes, share knowledge and identify defects across SVN, Git, Mercurial, CVS, and Perforce. Catch major defects, improve code architecture, or discuss desired improvements with formal, workflow-based, or quick code reviews. Collaborate right in your code with inline comments, threaded conversations, and mentions. Follow exactly what's happening throughout your projects in real time with activity streams showing recent comments and review updates.

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  • Crucible
  • Crucible


  • $10
  • $1100 - $20000

Free Trial

Number of Users

  • 5
  • 10 - Custom


Inline Comments


Iterative Reviews


  • JIRA Software
  • JIRA Software


Access Control

Audit Management

Additional Features

  • Pre-commit reviews
    Activity streams
  • Pre-commit reviews
    Activity streams






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