Re: About Installation of Reviewboard

2010-02-24 Thread JohnHenry
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Re: About Installation of Reviewboard

2010-02-24 Thread Christian Hammond
Hi, You're going to want to modify the appropriate models.py and forms.py files. You will also need to learn how to write django-evolution evolution files (in the evolutions/ directories). To learn how to do that, you're going to need to read the Django tutorial and documentation at

Re: About Installation of Reviewboard

2010-02-05 Thread Christian Hammond
Hi, rb-site doesn't remember any of these values, so you can't reconfigure this way. However, it all really just boils down to making the initial directory structure and then writing conf/settings_local.py. So you can modify this file for any of your new settings. You'd want to see the Django

Re: About Installation of ReviewBoard

2009-12-09 Thread Christian Hammond
Hi, You're going to have a hard time installing this without having some form of root access. In particular, you will need to modify Apache's configuration, and if you don't have access to this, you're out of luck. Without having access to yum, you'll need to download and compile every

Re: About Installation of ReviewBoard

2009-12-09 Thread Jim Priest
On Dec 9, 6:59 am, Christian Hammond chip...@chipx86.com wrote: This sounds like a pretty locked-down system. Are you just looking to play around with Review Board, or are you hoping to run a full, working installation on that system? If you're looking to just play around, it might be worth