Oh, let me add more context here. I've made a presentation about
reviewboard recently and met next question (rephrased a bit):
"With old tool one can click on 7 years old issue, which regressed
recently, open a link there and see colored html with diff and context
there. There is no tracks of 7 years old sources, but this page
usually explains all. Why I wouldn't be able to do this with
So I wondered, can html snapshot be stored in addition to diff itself
for historical reasons?
Does it make any sense?
On Aug 11, 12:20 am, Christian Hammond <chip...@chipx86.com> wrote:
> I think what you really want is for moving the repository to not break
> What exactly do you mean when you say it's moving? Is it the same repository
> but in a new location? Or are you doing new work on a new repository but
> keeping the old one around?
> You won't get persistent caching unless you're using something like a
> file-based cache (which is far less efficient than memcached), with an
> unlimited cache size. I still wouldn't recommend it, but you could do it.
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> On Tue, Aug 10, 2010 at 11:16 AM, sergius
> > One of the issue for out team is having all review request broken if
> > repository is moved. We wondered if it's possible to have cache stored
> > forever and diff being showable even if repository is not accessible?
> > (of course, without "expand" option).
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