Hi Jason !
Thanks for your response. Well, I switch back to 1.8.5 and that seems to
work fine. A few questions.
- Does it generate seperate email per line commented on ? Could be quite a
lot of them, if many
persons reviewing the code start commenting on various lines ?
- Also, unlike the demo for 1.9.1, if I click on the hyperlink for the
linenumber, I don't see any
previous comments on that line ? Is that an upgrade to 1.9.1 over 1.8.5 ?
get an error saying function e0
that and use 1.9.1 as far
as possible ?
- Also, was just wondering, if at all I needed the apache server to be
capable of serving servlets so
that we could use 1.9.1 ? Same server seems to be working fine when I
switch to 1.8.5.
I know for a fact that currently, it isnt setup to do so.
Appreciate your response.
Thanks and regards,
>From: Jason Remillard <jremillardshop@...>
>To: Akshay Kothare <akshaykothare@...>
>Subject: Re: [Codestriker-user] Codestriker Questions !
>Date: Mon, 12 Sep 2005 05:05:53 -0700 (PDT)
>--- Akshay Kothare <akshaykothare@...> wrote:
> > Hi Folks !
> > I am a newbee to Codestriker and Need some help with it. I have
> > the version 1.9.1 as suggested by David Sitsky.
> > For some reason, when I click on the topic for review and get directed
> > the page which has the entire file under review, no form seems to open
> > when I click on the links to "Add general comment to topic" or "on a
> > specific line number" ?
> > Does apache server, need to be setup to serve java servlets ? The one
> > we currently have doesnt seem to be setup to do so.
>You need some java script libraries working to add a comment. Do you have
>java script turned off
>in your browsers? Also, did you check the apache error log to see if
>anything is erroring out. The
>java script run all client side, so normally no special configuration is
>needed on the server.
>Worse comes to worse, you can install the latest in the 1.8.x series
>because releases prior to
>1.9.0 did not use java script.
>1. Check the apache log
>have locked you down.
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