Crucible needs access to your source code before you can create any reviews. This page describes how you connect Crucible to a repository.
By the way, if you want to connect to a Git repository you'll need to have Git installed on the Crucible server. See Installing and upgrading Git.The instructions for configuring your repositories differ, depending on your Crucible setup:
If you are running Crucible with Atlassian's Fisheye , you can manage your repositories using Fisheye. See the Fisheye documentation for more information.
If you are running Crucible alone, you can manage your repositories using native repository access in Crucible:
- Go to the Crucible admin area.
- Click Repositories (under 'Repository Settings'), and then Native Repository Access (if necessary).
- Click Add Existing...
- Refer to the following pages in the Fisheye documentation for details about setting up particular repositories:
Please also see the What happens if I decide to stop using Fisheye with Crucible page for important information about light Fisheye.
Crucible SCM plugins superseded by Native Repository Access
Crucible now ships with native repository access, which allows you to connect to repositories without a working version of Fisheye. Crucible SCM plugins will still work, but we recommend that you stop using them in favor of native repository access. See What happens if I decide to stop using Fisheye with Crucible for instructions.
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