Once it's working, we'll want to add it to the fixtures so people can
easily select the repository type. Other than that, all you need to do
is implement the SCMTool class.
It's also useful to implement the client-side in post-review for most SCMs.
On Mon, Oct 13, 2008 at 12:08 PM, Chris Clark <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> On 10/13/2008 8:38 AM, Jay wrote:
>> If I want to add another scmtool support, is it enough to add a new
>> file in scmtools folder like anotherscmtool.py which will implements
>> several classes and methold? Or any change in other module?
> I can confirm that this is pretty much what you have to do as I'm going
> through that process myself right now. The best tip I have is to setup
> another svm (e.v. svn) so you can compare a working scm with your work
> in progress one. You also need to add the scmtool in the web admin
> repository page.
> I did find that with the diff parser I ended up sub classing a few more
> methods, my scmtool diff output is not unified :-( With any luck you
> won't have to do much.
> I have made a hack to the shared code for making raw diffs via a url -
> I'm not really in a good position to talk about that just yet as it was
> a quick hack to get it working. I'm hoping to do away with it but I've
> not spent any time working out how that will be done :-) The reason for
> this was that I wanted the raw diffs that come out to match the diffs
> that are uploaded and I needed to put back part of the "special" header.
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