Thank you Ken and David.
On Thu, Sep 24, 2009 at 14:35, David Sitsky <david.sitsky@...> wrote:
> Yes.. its not ideal at the moment. For really small changes, diffs in
> the comments is a practical approach, or you can obsolete the topic
> (see obsolete option on topic properties screen), create the new
> topic, and then at least you are just a click away from the previous
> Ideally, the best approach would be to upload new versions of the
> changed files into the same topic, and Codestriker could automatically
> maintain versions of files, including their comments.
> If I actually had any spare time, I don't think it would be a mammoth
> task, but these days, our team have migrated to a post-commit
> workflow, which presents its own issues for tracking review comments
> and responses to them.
> On Fri, Sep 25, 2009 at 4:48 AM, Kenneth Wolcott
> <kennethwolcott@...> wrote:
> > Hi Arun;
> > Nice question!
> > We have the same issue in my team -- the second round is now exercised
> > with cvs diffs in the comment section or a new Codestriker topic is
> > and the comments from the first topic are disconnected from the comments
> > the second topic.
> > Thanks,
> > Ken Wolcott
> > On Thu, Sep 24, 2009 at 11:32, Arun Saha <arunksaha@...> wrote:
> >> Hi,
> >> We are using codestriker, and are very excited about it. We are using
> >> version 1.9.7.
> >> Is there any option to upload a second version of the diff?
> >> The question is coming from the following situation. I create a topic,
> >> upload a version of diff. Reviewers provide some comments. I incorporate
> >> comments and want to upload a second version of diff for reviewers'
> >> approval.
> >> Regards,
> >> Arun