>Plus we're really Linux guys and most of our users are installing on Linux
On a related note, I thought I'd mention the problems I had installing
It comes with python 2.4, and the untar features are unavailable (2.5
and above apparently), so I had to manually work out some of the
processes for a not so easy 'easy_install'.
I managed to install it in the end (though no memcache related things
available with the yum package database for CentOS). But when it came
to running it, it fell over, as the mysql python bindings package
version was not above the minimum required. However, I have installed
with gentoo no probs for the purposes of trialling ... problem is, I
want to run the service on our vmware ESX server, but couldn't get the
vmware workstation cloned image of the trial with gentoo to boot...
problems bringing up eth0.
On May 8, 11:52 pm, Christian Hammond <chip...@chipx86.com> wrote:
> Hi Chris,
> We definitely want to improve the Windows install. The issue is that a lot
> of what we depend on isn't made to easily install on Windows. Plus we're
> really Linux guys and most of our users are installing on Linux. However, I
> know that better instructions would help with this, and I'll see about
> improving them. Review Board 1.0 RC3 will make rb-site easier to use as
> well, since we'll be providing an rb-site.exe that will be in the path,
> instead of making you run a script in Python.
> I'm not sure I understand your instructions. You commit, then want that
> posted for review, then commit the fixes based on that? That's a post-commit
> model, not pre-commit. Pre-commit would be where you haven't committed
> anything yet to the official tree, and wait to do so until your code is
> There are users who use Review Board in a post-commit model, or post code to
> a branch and then merge when done, and have hooks for this. For example,
> Now, what most users do is use our post-review tool (part of RBTools -
> seehttp://www.review-board.org/docs/manual/dev/users/tools/post-review/) to
> post and update review requests. You basically just set it up and then, in
> your SVN tree, run:
> Which will post a new review request, upload the diff, and provide the URL
> of the posted code. To update an existing review request with a new version
> of the diff, run:
> post-review -r <reviewrequestid>
> There's a section in the docs I listed above for post-review that explains
> how to set that all up and use it. You won't have to manually build diffs
> and upload through the web interface.
> Most (if not all) of the pre-commit and post-commit hooks out there make use
> of post-review, as that's the standard, official command line tool for
> talking to a Review Board server right now.
> Christian Hammond - chip...@chipx86.com
> Review Board -http://www.review-board.org
> VMware, Inc. -http://www.vmware.com
> On Fri, May 8, 2009 at 7:48 AM, Chris <c.d.whitco...@gmail.com> wrote:
> > Christian,
> > Thanks for the help, not the easiest of install processes but i got
> > there in the end. Im hoping this tool is just what we need.
> > A quick question (as after reading the doc i thought this is how
> > Review Board would work but im not 100% sure now), basically i was
> > hoping to add some sort of pre-commit hook in SVN so that.
> > User commits to SVN
> > Pre-Commit Hooks that event and adds a new review request in
> > Code is reviewed in Review Board
> > Once code has been given the OK it moves into the SVN repository.
> > Im a little confused about how to make this happen, i.e. review board
> > seems to be asking for all these diff's as files etc, which seems
> > quite manual.
> > Is that how it works or am i just not understanding things correctly?
> > Maybe i've had too much coffee today!
> > Thanks,
> > Chris
> > On May 8, 11:24 am, Christian Hammond <chip...@chipx86.com> wrote:
> > > Hi Chris,
> > > You need to grab RC2, which was released tonight. It fixes this issue.
> > > Christian
> > > --
> > > Christian Hammond - chip...@chipx86.com
> > > Review Board -http://www.review-board.org
> > > VMware, Inc. -http://www.vmware.com
> > > On Fri, May 8, 2009 at 2:54 AM, Chris <c.d.whitco...@gmail.com> wrote:
> > > > I've tried to hunt around but cant seem find a simple answer to this
> > > > problem.
> > > > Im trying to install review board on windows and the guide seemed half
> > > > written, i.e. i installed all the dependancies then it just says once
> > > > you've finished getting review board installed you will want to create
> > > > a site.
> > > > After searching i found and followed this guide
> > > >http://yuanyi-wang.blogspot.com/2009/03/install-review-board-on-windo.
> > ..
> > > > which seems to have gotten me 99% of the way there now.
> > > > I can get all the way to installing the site then i hit an issue, i
> > > > get:
> > > > Building site configuration files ... OK
> > > > Creating database ... Unable to read settings_local.py.
> > > > I've got mySQL installed and running (giving the root password to the
> > > > installer for review board), apache is up and running as is memcached.
> > > > The really odd thing is that it says it cant read the
> > > > settings_local.py file but it creates that file itself in the conf
> > > > directory of the site? Im running as the admin of the server as well
> > > > so have full rights over the files.
> > > > If anyone could give me a hint as to what to look at i really want to
> > > > get this sorted, Review Board seems like a great tool if only i could
> > > > get it working :)
> > > > Thanks,
> > > > Chris
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