We use cvs, so we use cvs diff -uN >/some/file from the top level
In your case, I suspect it will be svn diff.
Upload the file in the Create new topic page. As David said, Codestriker
handles that very well.
You can also have a Perl script which establishes an http session with
the Codestriker and creates the review, and you might think about doing
that for the future. We have done that here, and it serves users really
From: David Sitsky [mailto:david.sitsky@...]
Sent: Wednesday, February 11, 2009 3:01 AM
To: Wong, Winnie
Subject: Re: [Codestriker-user] Diffs of different files with
differentpaths in CodeStriker
Your best best is to not use the Codestriker UI for generating the
topic text, but to manually create the diff you need using several svn
diff commands, and concatenating all the files into one, then upload
the file. Codestriker will handle that fine.
On Wed, Feb 11, 2009 at 8:37 AM, Wong, Winnie <winniew@...> wrote:
> Hello David,
> Thank you for your help the past few weeks. We have installed
CodeStriker successfully and overall, our team has been more productive
utilizing CodeStriker to do code reviews compared to svn diffs.
> We are continually looking for ways to optimize our code review
process, and one thing that we would like to have very much is the
ability to enter different files in different paths, each with its own
start and end revision tags, into one topic. For example, for a feature
request or a bug fix, we may have to modify a viewer file, a model file
and a config file. It will be nice to be able to enter all of these
files separately in the module field in one topic as opposed to enter
their parent directory.
> Is this something that is already available with CodeStriker 1.9.7, or
foreseeable in an upcoming release?
> Thank you so much.
> Winnie Wong
> Software Development Engineer
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