Really good question!
I also encounter the same problem. Developers dont want to wait until the
previous review passed to work on the next issue.
One solution I think is, once a review passed, apply that review`s patch
file to a new working copy without touching what you are currently working
on, then commit it. After the commit is done, you can keep going.
But the pinpoint is, when you create a code review, the paths in the patch
file is NOT your local path but some paths in the SVN server(I am using
SVN). That prevents me to apply patches(wrong patch error).
I have no idea why the review board changes the paths from local to remote
server, at least it should keep the local working copy`s path.
Here`s a example of what those paths look like:
--- /trunk/ReviewBoardTest/src/ReviewBoardTest.java (revision 166)
+++ /trunk/ReviewBoardTest/src/ReviewBoardTest.java (working copy) you
see here? The working copy is locally, but the review board still changes its
path to remote server.
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