Gerrit Code Review vs Shipit

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Gerrit Code Review vs Shipit: What are the differences?

What is Gerrit Code Review? OpenSource Git Code Review Tool. Gerrit is a self-hosted pre-commit code review tool. It serves as a Git hosting server with option to comment incoming changes. It is highly configurable and extensible with default guarding policies, webhooks, project access control and more.

What is Shipit? Pure JavaScript deployment tool used by Ghost blogging platform. Shipit is an automation engine and a deployment tool written for node / iojs. Shipit was built to be a Capistrano alternative for people who don't know ruby, or who experienced some issues with it. If you want to write tasks in JavaScript and enjoy the node ecosystem, Shipit is also for you.

Gerrit Code Review and Shipit are primarily classified as "Code Review" and "Server Configuration and Automation" tools respectively.

Shipit is an open source tool with 4.71K GitHub stars and 199 GitHub forks. Here's a link to Shipit's open source repository on GitHub.

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Pros of Gerrit Code Review
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    Code review
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    Good workflow
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    Cleaner repository story
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    Open source
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    Good integration with Jenkins
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    Unlimited repo support
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    Comparison dashboard
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    Great configuration
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    Agentless
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    Simple

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What is Gerrit Code Review?

Gerrit is a self-hosted pre-commit code review tool. It serves as a Git hosting server with option to comment incoming changes. It is highly configurable and extensible with default guarding policies, webhooks, project access control and more.

What is Shipit?

Shipit is an automation engine and a deployment tool written for node / iojs. Shipit was built to be a Capistrano alternative for people who don't know ruby, or who experienced some issues with it. If you want to write tasks in JavaScript and enjoy the node ecosystem, Shipit is also for you.

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