My TFS solution is based on the Java command line client. After
reducing the number of TFS commands per review request the performance
is quite acceptable.
On Aug 27, 12:26 pm, "Timothy Pinet" <tim.pi...@gmail.com> wrote:
> I am quite interested to hear how you enabled TFS. Please share :)
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> Sent: August-27-10 4:34 AM
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> Subject: Happy user
> Dear Review Board developers,
> I would like to thank you! Review Board is well programmed and easily
> extensible. We are using a customized version since over a year and
> had several thousand successful reviews with less pain :)
> I implemented post review functionality for both TFS and Perforce in
> the web user interface. A review request can be easily created by
> selecting changesets from a list. Developers don't have to create
> diffs manually and the post-review script is not needed.
> I would like to contribute my changes back to you. Is the creation of
> a custom fork a good option to start with?
> If you like you can add Nero to your "Happy user" page.
> "Nero - Creator of liquid media technology, enables content creation
> and distribution on any device"
> Kind regards,
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