with much interest i found reviewboard. when starting newly reviewing
existing code would be a really great option. is there any guideline
to a "one click review my existing code" (or "one command") ?
i found one plugin into edgewall trac:
but i am unsure if trac and reviewboard could work together (or, if it
even makes sense that they do ...).
On Jul 3 2008, 6:07 am, "Christian Hammond" <chip...@chipx86.com>
> Hi Jon.
> Love the title of your blog :)
> Though we don't advertise it nearly as much, Review Board can post review
> requests of already committed code. The web UI doesn't have support for this
> (yet) but the command line post-review tool does. You can specify a revision
> range to put up for review and people can review that.
> In time, probably after extensions support goes in, I envision a small
> repository browser that lets you easily put committed code up for review.
> But in the meantime, post-review is your best option. If you check the wiki,
> there's some documentation on using post-review in this way.
> Christian Hammond - chip...@chipx86.com
> VMware, Inc.
> On Wed, Jul 2, 2008 at 7:17 PM, jon <latch...@gmail.com> wrote:
> > Hi all,
> > After fully installing and reviewing reviewboard today, I realized
> > that this product is kind of the opposite of what I'm looking for
> > because my development model is a bit different than the one that this
> > product supports. Instead of creating a patch and waiting for my co-
> > workers to review it, I'd rather see a system where reviews are done
> > on already committed code and there is a workflow around that system
> > instead. To keep this email short, I just wrote a blog posting
> > detailing my issues:
> > I'd love to hear the experts here comment on my views.
> > thanks,
> > jon
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