We don't show additional context right now (I suppose we could consider
such an option), but are you aware of multi-line comments? If the comment
applies to a block of code more than one line in length, you can click and
to specify all the relevant lines. This lets the reviewer decide how much
is necessary, and if you're not using it already, would probably go a long
towards solving your problem.
On Fri, Jan 6, 2012 at 5:24 PM, Marco <ma...@snaplogic.com> wrote:
> here we all love RB, and use it happily.
> However, there's one feature missing that drives us nuts: in review
> mode, when going through the reviewer's comments, only the actual line
> the comment is relative to is displayed.
> Often, it would be very useful to be able to see the 'context' of the
> line (eg, a couple of lines above and below) but we seem unable to
> find an option that would allow us to enable that, so we're assuming
> that's not possible.
> One colleagues suggested, as a workaround, that we have 3 monitors:
> one for the review, one for the diff, and the third for Eclipse/emacs/
> vim whatever - is that about right?
> If you guys could implement this (or suggest a workaround that does
> not treble our IT budget) that'd be most appreciated!
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