Hey David,

David Trowbridge and I just use vim for Review Board's code. I'd say use
whatever you're comfortable with. My setup's not too fancy, no special
addons or anything really.

What kind of changes are you looking to make?


Christian Hammond - chip...@chipx86.com
Review Board - http://www.review-board.org
VMware, Inc. - http://www.vmware.com

On Tue, Mar 3, 2009 at 2:00 AM, David B <da...@ball1.net> wrote:

> Hi folks,
> A slightly generic question, but hopefully ok to post it here.
> ReviewBoard looks like a very promising tool to support code review
> where I work, but it will need some modification to fit with our
> development processes and QA requirements.  I expect some changes will
> be too specific to submit back into the Review Board code base, but I
> would like to submit any changes people feel are are generally useful.
> Anyway, the question....   I'm an experienced C/UNIX and shell script
> developer, with some Java, PL/SQL, VB, C++, C# and other technologies
> on the side. I am however completely new to Python and to some extent
> web-based application development in general.  I'm gradually finding
> my way around Django (very impressive) and the Review Board code - at
> the moment using my trusty vim editor.
> I'd be grateful if people could share their recommendations/
> preferences for development tools or IDEs when working with the Review
> Board code.  I'm more than happy to stick with vim if that's what most
> folks do, but I don't want to make my life hard if their are other
> options which offer greater productivity.
> Its likely some of the development will be in my own time, so my
> preference would be open source tools, and failing that free or low
> cost options.
> Many thanks
> David
> >

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