By default, Codebrag sends anonymous data about its usage (e.g. number of users, number of comments). This information never includes any contents of your repository.
Gathering such anonymous statistics helps us improve Codebrag. Hovewer, you can disable this entirely if you wish ("send-anon-usage-data" option in codebrag.conf).
Codebrag integrates with any SVN or Git repository, no matter whether hosted locally (e.g. Gitlab) or in the cloud (Github, Bitbucket).
Yes. Starting from version 2.0 Codebrag supports review of multiple git branches. Branches in SVN are supported since version 2.2 by cloning each branch as a separate repository.
Codebrag does not integrate with GitHub's Pull Requests feature. However, using Codebrag you can review commits from git branches .
Codebrag reads your repository and periodically fetches updates. It doesn't write or commit anything to the repository.
Starting from version 2.2 Codebrag supports reviewing code from multiple Git or SVN repositories. Repositories can be added or removed later on. Just make sure Codebrag is stopped before doing that.
Codebrag sends two kinds of emails: invitations and notifications. Notifications are sent when new commits or follow-ups appear while you are offline. Just make sure that the email section in config is set up. Also, make sure that you have got notifications enabled in your profile (right-top corner menu in Codebrag). If problem persists check `codebrag.log`.
Codebrag does not send you email for every new commit or follow-up. Instead:
That way we do not flood you with notification emails, but you will know when something new is waiting for you in Codebrag.
To reset your password:
Please do let us know! Add or vote on this feature on GitHub issues.
By letting us know you raise the chances of your feature being implemented in the next release :-)
It uses the email address or login to find the author. For this reason users should be created with the emails/logins which are used for working with the repository .