Sorry for not getting back to you on this.
The data for comments are stored in reviewboard/reviews/models.py. You'd
need to update the API (webapi/) and the UI (htdocs/media/rb/js/*) and the
review request page (reviews/views.py) and probably more things.
You're going to hit a problem down the road where you'll become less and
less compatible with upstream. It's possible that we'd implement similar
functionality in the future, but you guys would have to deal with the
Christian Hammond - chip...@chipx86.com
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On Sun, Feb 7, 2010 at 3:53 PM, B S Srinidhi <srinidhi...@gmail.com> wrote:
> I'm fairly new to ReviewBoard (and Django :) and need some help in
> customizing RB for an internal deployment.
> I would like to introduce a "classification" field for each review
> comment. This field will basically be a dropdown list of classifications
> - such as "Memory leak", "Return value check", etc. This dropdown should
> be available to the reviewer in all places where (s)he can enter a
> review comment.
> How do I achieve this? I found that the UI changes would go inside
> reviewboard/templates/reviews/ but can't figure out where and do I need
> to change for the database update. Do I need to define a new function in
> reviewboard/reviews/models.py? Ah yes, how do I make an 'admin' page
> entry for this.
> Any help on this regard would be great!!
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