volume 29, issue 11, Pe1865 2017
DOI: 10.1002/smr.1865
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Abstract: Abstract Code review in practice is often performed change‐based, ie, using the code changes belonging to a task to determine which code to review. Previous studies found that 2 variations of this process are used in industry: pre‐commit review and post‐commit review. The choice between these has implications not only for practitioners deciding on a code review process to use but also for the development of review tools and for experimentation with review processes. In some situations, a specific variant is c…

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