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John 'BBQ' Wollner
John 'BBQ' Wollner

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Recommended Code Review Tools for Gitlab

I'm in the process of migrating my team from TFS to Gitlab and I'm hoping to get some recommendations on what code review platforms the community can recommend that will integrate easily with Gitlab.

Thanks in advance!

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Daniel Veihelmann

Hi John, I realize that this is an old question, so I'd be curious what tool you ended up using, and why?

To me, reviewing non-trivial PRs in Gitlab doesn't feel great, so I'm building ReadyforReview (a code review tool for Gitlab). Although it doesn't do that many things right now, I found myself using it quite a bit already.

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Shubhendra Singh Chauhan • Edited on

Hey @jwollner5 πŸ‘‹

Try out DeepSource. It is an automated code quality tool that has the simplest single file configuration. Not only it reviews your code for code quality issues, but it also gives you the option to fix them by automatically creating a PR. ✨

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Jesse Phillips

Gitlab is a code review platform. Is their something specific you're looking for?

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John 'BBQ' Wollner

Gitlab is a full platform competitor to Gihub with all the same functionality. Not sure why you'd think it was only code review.

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Jesse Phillips

I didn't say it was only code review, but you only asked about code review, something gitlab does.

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John 'BBQ' Wollner

My bad lol. I'm not thrilled with the CR functionality out of box - just basic diff and comment

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andreasneuman

Have a look at Review Assistant

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