On Sat, Mar 28, 2009 at 22:53, Christian Hammond <chip...@chipx86.com> wrote:
> We would love this too, and we're hoping to get some student proposals from
> Summer of Code that would begin adding better integration on Windows (namely
> in IDEs, but some of this would likely require better hooks for post-review
> in Windows).

In my opinion, the first Windows integration work should be
integration with Explorer: it is ubiquitous, so it is the best bang
for buck.

> It's possible that now, with post-review existing inside the rbtools
> package, we could add a flag for graphical output that would, using some
> standard toolkit, notify people of errors or successes, and then when
> installed on Windows it would register entries for hooking post-review up to
> the context menu. It probably wouldn't be a ton of work. The advantage of
> this is that it keeps the code in the same place, and it's possible to
> generate setup.exe files for a Python package.

Sure. Having post-review packaged separately is certainly a step in
the right direction.

> If you could file a feature request for this, it will help us track it.



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