Thank for your reply.
yes. My case is to review posted code.
So, you mean that if a posted code (review request) has a bug, just still
open the request and add an issue. That's good idea.
Additionally, I want to distinguish between not-reviewed request and
request with a bug.
(I have regular review offline-meeting, and I want to review only
not-reviewed request in that time.)
But, Review Board (v1.7.1) may not have capability to display the
I mean, in the review list I cannot find to display that a request has
To do so, I should select each of issues to know if open request has issues.
On Thursday, January 24, 2013 3:50:37 AM UTC+9, David Trowbridge wrote:
> Do you mean that the posted code has a bug?
> The intent behind review requests is that they remain open and iterate
> until the code is either committed or discarded. If you want to indicate
> that the review request has a bug, post a review with an open issue. The
> poster then has the opportunity to update the request with a new revision
> of the change.
> On Tue, Jan 22, 2013 at 11:48 PM, Hyunil Shin
> > wrote:
>> Dear all
>> (This is my first message here).
>> I will use post review (committed in Subversion).
>> While reviewing if I find a bug how can I indicate that a review has a
>> I want to close the review with a kind of bug-tag.
>> for example, I need another close status, bug (currently two status -
>> submitted, discarded).
>> Thank you.
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