Applies to Collaborator 11.4, last modified on November 16, 2018

Collaborator integrates with many popular version control systems. Integrations include command-line, graphical, Visual Studio and Eclipse plugin clients, as well as version control triggers. For some systems, the server integration is also supported; it requires a properly configured client for the Collaborator server.

Note: Support of version control systems varies depending on Collaborator edition. Collaborator Community supports only Git and Subversion. Collaborator Team additionally supports CVS, Mercurial, Perforce and Team Foundation Server. Collaborator Enterprise supports all version control systems listed below. For a complete list of differences between Collaborator editions, please see the comparison page.

In This Section

AccuRev Integration

Describes the integration with AccuRev.

CVS Integration

Describes the integration with CVS.

Git Integration

Describes the integration with Git.

ClearCase Integration

Describes the integration with IBM Rational ClearCase.

Rational Synergy Integration

Describes the integration with IBM Rational Synergy.

IBM Rational Team Concert Integration

Describes the integration with IBM Rational Team Concert (RTC).

Mercurial Integration

Describes the integration with Mercurial (hg).

Team Foundation Server Integration

Describes the integration with Microsoft Team Foundation Server (TFS).

PTC Integrity Integration

Describes the integration with PTC Integrity.

Perforce Integration

Describes the integration with Perforce.

Subversion Integration

Describes the integration with Subversion.

Multiple Version Changelists

Describes how Collaborator handles the multiple-version changelists.

In addition to the built-in integration for version control system clients, Collaborator seamlessly integrates with the most popular repository hosting services, such as GitHub and GitLab. This means Collaborator can automatically create a review for files stored in repositories located on these services. This saves time and efforts needed to synchronize commits with Collaborator reviews. Also, this makes it easier to integrate file and document reviewing into your workflow.

Integration With Repository Hosting Services

Provides a general overview on integration with remote repositories.

GitHub Integration

Describes how to integrate Collaborator in your GitHub workflow.

GitHub Polling Integration

Describes additional ways to integrate Collaborator and GitHub.

GitLab Integration

Describes the integration with GitLab.

Bitbucket Integration

Describes the integration with Bitbucket.

Bitbucket Server (On-Premise) Integration

Describes the integration with Bitbucket Server – the on-premises edition of Bitbucket.

Link User Accounts

Describes how to synchronize accounts of users in Collaborator and the preferred hosting system.

See Also

Issue-Tracking Integrations
Custom Integrations
Working With Collaborator

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