Ya that kind of works. But the initial idea is, we'd like to automate this
workflow. Since we're trying to do the similar thing as code review in
design team, which is reviewing the source files, we want to try to make
the workflow similar to dev team, e.g. auto posting review request when
source files are committed.
So seems I have to work on the meta file now.
On Wednesday, October 10, 2012 4:21:37 AM UTC+8, Christian Hammond wrote:
> Hi Pine,
> If you just want some images up for review, then don't bother with a diff.
> Just create a new review request that isn't tied to a repository, and
> drag-and-drop them into the review request (assuming a modern enough
> browser), or click Upload Screenshot.
> Reviewers will be able to make comments right on the image.
> Review Board - http://www.reviewboard.org
> VMware, Inc. - http://www.vmware.com
>> Hi there,
>> We're trying to install review board for graphic artists as well, as the
>> tool to post comments on each other's source files, and we found that there
>> won't be any diff for non-textual file changes. But we also saw that if we
>> set: svn diff --force there will be some diff generated. We just cannot
>> find where to set this in hook of review board.
>> So I wonder, is there any way to set it in the hook?
>> If not I think to generate a meta file for each binary file is the best
>> way to do this.
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