i did a workaround for this one. i actually created a dummy repository and
just dumped the files there.
everytime i generate a diff the whole file is included. so it is as if i
actually uploaded a file but in reality i just added
the file to a repository and used the diff that it generated.
thanks for your help!
On Tue, May 26, 2009 at 4:19 AM, Christian Hammond <chip...@chipx86.com>wrote:
> Hi Carlo,
> Jeff has a good summary of the diff part of this. I want to just reaffirm
> that we work with diffs but post-review is your good friend.
> Some people have requested being able to just upload files and not use a
> code repository, but it's not a high priority for us. Someone would have to
> do a lot of work to make it happen and so far I haven't seen too many cases
> where it's really beneficial over just storing them in an SVN repository or
> Either way, the end result is that you'll see the files in their entirety
> (collapsed to show changed regions by default, but you can expand to see the
> entire file) and you'll see the changes between them.
> We don't support commenting by e-mail. We've considered this and there's a
> feature request filed for it, but it's tricky to get right in all cases, and
> it's not something we personally plan to work on. However, much of Review
> Board is provided by third party contributors scratching an itch, so if
> someone wanted to work on it and provided a good implementation that handled
> reviews by e-mail, we'll certainly consider it.
> Christian Hammond - chip...@chipx86.com
> Review Board - http://www.review-board.org
> VMware, Inc. - http://www.vmware.com
> On Mon, May 25, 2009 at 10:57 AM, Carlo Camerino <cmcamer...@gmail.com>wrote:
>> i am evaluating several code review software for our company.
>> We have this question regarding review board,
>> one of the barriers of entry for our programmers to use reviewboard is
>> we are not using diffs for code reviews but rather we are using files.
>> We don't want to be able to upload diffs but rather upload files for
>> consumption purposes.
>> Does review-board support this kind of model?
>> if not,
>> will it support it in the future.
>> Hopefully ReviewBoard will be able to support it in the future as it
>> is such a nice tool.
>> Also do you support writing a review by email , or adding comments via
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