GitLab is an open source online and self-hosted service for managing your Git projects, complete with code navigation, wikis, and ticket tracking.
GitLab is a popular option for companies and organizations that want a powerful Git hosting service they can put under their control, or as an alternative to other Git management services. It's also the successor to Gitorious.
Review Board integrates with GitLab, letting you review changes against your repositories using our advanced review capabilities like issue tracking for comments, moved code detection, file attachment review, multi-line commenting, and more.
We're working on integration with pull requests, to give you the convenience of pushing your code for review, but with Review Board's advanced review support, along with deeper integration for your ticket tracker to show you the details of any bugs referenced in a comment or review request.
Today, RBTools makes it simple to post code reviews against GitLab right from your command prompt, like so:
$ rbt post Validating commits... Uploading commits... Review request #2 posted. https://reviewboard/r/2/ https://reviewboard/r/2/diff/
Made some changes to your code, and want to update your review request? That's as simple as running:
$ rbt post -u Validating commits... Uploading commits... Review request #2 posted. https://reviewboard/r/2/ https://reviewboard/r/2/diff/
We have a whole guide on best practices for Git that goes over all the ways you can make Git and RBTools work for you.
What else does Review Board do?
Review Board gives you the tools you need to keep your code quality high, helping you build better products for happier customers. It integrates with many services and tools, including chat services, code hosting solutions, bug trackers, code analytics, and more.
Power Pack enhances Review Board further, providing document review, report generation, improved scalability, and more for your whole organization.