Hopefully we can solve that today.

I'm thinking the error message just isn't getting parsed right on my
end hopefully...

On Apr 22, 4:13 pm, Noam <gen...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Thanks Anverc,
> I downloaded and installed the C-Sharp Post-Review App, its absolutely
> wonderful.  However, I am getting an error "Adding Diff to Review
> Board Failed".  Any ideas?
> - Noam
>
> On Apr 16, 8:28 pm, Anverc <anv...@gmail.com> wrote:
>
> > If you happen to be using subversion, I have created a csharp post
> > review app that integrates into explorer nicely. I'll open source it
> > soon as I get a chance to clean the code up and stub out future vc
> > functionality. You can try the binary out by downloading from
> > blog.bennyland.com. (I'd give you the exact link but I'm on my phone
> > right now.. It's one of the last 3 posts though)
>
> > On Apr 16, 11:20 am, David B <da...@ball1.net> wrote:
>
> > > I should add, for my distribution I also copied the GNU licence text
> > > from the diffutils installer into a text file and included it in my
> > > dist/ folder - although I was only testing this build process and not
> > > actually distributing my package I wanted to make sure I followed the
> > > rules in case it should ever be passed around within or outside our
> > > company.
>
> > > On Apr 16, 3:24 pm, David Ball <da...@ball1.net> wrote:
>
> > > > Raghu,
>
> > > > I can't help with bulk user loading, but on item 1....
>
> > > > Once you have a working installation of post-review, you can use the
> > > > py2exe to create a windows executable which can be distributed to
> > > > staff (I'm assuming your users are working under windows).
>
> > > > I couldn't find a detailed explanation in the ReviewBoard archive, so
> > > > here's a step-by-step of how I did it (Windows XP Pro SP3, Python
> > > > 2.5.4, Review Board 1.0 alpha 2)
>
> > > > 1) Take as your starting point a working post-review.py script on a
> > > > Windows machine.
>
> > > > 2) Download the py2exe package "py2exe-0.6.9.win32-py2.5.exe" 
> > > > fromhttp://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=15583and
> > > > install.  (I assume you can use easy_install instead, but I can't make
> > > > it work with our web proxy)
>
> > > > 3) Make sure there are no ".egg" files in the Python site-packages
> > > > folder (C:\Python25\Lib\site-packages). These are zipped and py2exe
> > > > can't handle them. They must be unzipped into folders of the same
> > > > name. If there are do the following:
> > > >     3a) Rename by adding a ".zip" extension after the ".egg" extension.
> > > >     3b) Unzip the extension to a folder with the same name as the
> > > > original ".egg" file.
>
> > > > 4) In the same folder as post-review.py create a setup.py script
> > > > containing exactly the lines below. This will use py2exe to generate
> > > > the executable:
>
> > > >         from distutils.core import setup
> > > >         import py2exe
>
> > > >         setup(
> > > >                 options = {'py2exe': {'bundle_files': 1}},
> > > >                 console = ['post-review.py'],
> > > >                 zipfile = None,
> > > >         )
>
> > > > 5) Run the setup.py script:
> > > >         prompt> python setup.py py2exe
>
> > > > 6) The distributable package (comprising two exes and a DLL) can be
> > > > found in the new dist/ subdirectory.
> > > > The dist folder contents can be copied to client PCs. The
> > > > post-review.exe program works in exactly the same way as the original
> > > > python script it was generated from.
>
> > > > 7) post-review requires GNU diff (at least it does when you're using
> > > > Perforce as I am). Download the GnuWin32 package
> > > > "diffutils-2.8.7-1.exe" 
> > > > fromhttp://gnuwin32.sourceforge.net/packages/diffutils.htm
>
> > > > 8) Run the diffutils installer. Accept the default options except
> > > > where prompted for documentation, which should be deselected as not
> > > > required.
>
> > > > 9) Copy the following files from C:\Program Files\GnuWin32\bin to the
> > > > post-review dist/ subdirectory:
> > > >         diff.exe
> > > >         libiconv2.dll
> > > >         libintl3.dll
>
> > > > 10) Rename the dist/ folder to something descriptive, then ZIP it up
> > > > and distribute to users - alternatively, I was able to build a simple
> > > > Windows installer at no cost using NSIS and HM NIS Edit.
>
> > > > David
>
> > > > On Thu, Apr 16, 2009 at 2:57 PM, Raghu Kaippully <raghu...@gmail.com> 
> > > > wrote:
>
> > > > > Hi,
>
> > > > > I have been evaluating review board to see if we can use it within 
> > > > > our organization for code reviews. The initial reaction was very good 
> > > > > and we are nearing the end of a pilot phase where we'll roll this out 
> > > > > to a large number of users. I had a couple of questions:
>
> > > > > 1. Our development/build environment is perl based and nobody has 
> > > > > python installed in their machines. This is going to make it hard for 
> > > > > installing post-review. Has somebody thought about creating an 
> > > > > installer that  bundles python, setuptools, all required modules, and 
> > > > > post-review into one package? I tried creating a Windows installer 
> > > > > using NSIS and found it quite simple. Can I conribute that to review 
> > > > > board?
>
> > > > > 2. Is there a way to bulk-load all users and groups into the 
> > > > > database? If we do not do that a requester will not be able to add a 
> > > > > reviewer in the review request till the reviewer has logged in at 
> > > > > least once.
>
> > > > > Thanks in advance for the help,
> > > > > Raghu
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