After reading Cedric‘s post on Code reviews I remembered that I have used an Eclipse plugin that helped me doing code reviews: Jupiter (I have even submitted at that time some patches [blink/]). As far as I know the plugin is continuously improved so if you are in need for something like this go and get it a try.
Another nice Eclipse plugin that might help with code reviews is Mylar even if its intention is not exactly this one.
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If you’re a FishEye user, there’s also Crucible (not publicly available, but there is beta) available.
I talked to the guys at JavaOne and left quite impressed after their demo.
I also talked to the Crucible guys at JavaOne, and was equally impressed.
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