I'd have to have a better understanding of tasks before I could give you a
clear answer. They sort of sound similar to Perforce changesets, if I'm not
mistaken. In a Perforce changeset, you have a bunch of metadata (summary,
description, etc) and associated files, which all gets committed at once.
If tasks are like that, then it shouldn't be a problem.
Christian Hammond - [EMAIL PROTECTED]
On Thu, Sep 25, 2008 at 8:27 AM, Lasse <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> I'm trying to find out if I could use reviewboard with Synergy CM.
> Before starting to look at any required SCMTool implementation, I
> wanted to confirm one thing.
> Since Synergy CM has a task based approach for tracking things instead
> of file based (as opposed to CVS or SVN and such) is that going to be
> a problem with how code review process in reviewboard works?
> "Task" in Synergy CM represents a logical change to code and it can
> contain several files. So from code review point of view we'd have to
> first check in the task and then review the entire contents of the
> task at once instead of reviewing just one file at a time.
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