You code digitally and spend your work life online, so why take code reviews offline? Review Board is a web-based code review application that allows users to perform asynchronous code reviews. It features side-by-side diffs, commenting, workflow and commenting for pre- and post-review commits. Review Board supports SVN, Git, CVS, ClearCase and Perforce.
Why use the Bitnami Review Board Stack?
Bitnami makes it easy to run Review Board in the cloud, locally or virtually. The Bitnami Review Board Stack is:
We track every release of Review Board and update our stack shortly after it's released.
If serious security issues are discovered, we provide new versions of Review Board as soon as possible, often within hours of the availability of a fix.
With Bitnami, you get the same software stack and configuration regardless of where you are deploying Review Board or other Bitnami Applications. This makes it easy to migrate between different platforms.
With the Bitnami Review Board Stack stack compiling, configuring and all of its dependencies are taken care of, so it works out-of-the-box.
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This stack took all the pain out of installing Review Board on a RHEL 6 machine. It cut down the install and setup time from around 1 day to just over an hour. One downside is that it doesn't come with PyLucene so the search functionality for Review Board doesn't work out of the box. If you have any interest in trying out Review Board this stack is the fastest way to get it up and running.
In my prior company, we used Review Board to facilitate reviews between developers working here in the States, and abroad in different countries and it was really effective. But I didn't have to install it.
At my current company, the subject of code reviews came up, and I mentioned this tool and promptly got tasked with investigating how to bring its use in house.
We're a 100% windows shop, so I went with the bitnami installer; but was quickly out of my depth.
I would really need something that explained the installation process, questions, etc. and how to determine the correct answers.
I am not a sys admin person, just a developer; sys admin is handled by a different group of folks.