>By default Codestriker topic will show not show the entire file unless =
you ask for you.
Yes, but in the screenshots on the website the topic does show some part =
of the code surrounding a change. In my case, all I get to see are the =
lines that actually changed, and that's it.
> I assume you are opening up the topic, and pressing the "parallel" =
Yes, that is correct. When I press "parallel", a new window opens which =
shows the line-numbering of a sizable part of the file under review. =
Only the changed lines are shown, even though there is line-numbering =
for the surrounding code (In my example, the change is 7 lines, and I =
see line-numbers for lines 1-233)
> Are you sure the retrieve function is not being called?
Who knows. I placed a "print STDERR some message" at the top of the =
ClearCaseSnapshot::retrieve() function, and the message never shows up =
in the apache log. Other similar messages I sprinkled around the code do =
show up in the log.
>The function makes an effort to collect any error message and dump it =
into the window.
Nothing shows up in the error log.
Would it help if I provide some screenshots?
Thanks for your help!
From: Jason Remillard [mailto:jremillardshop@...]
Sent: donderdag 15 december 2005 2:12
To: Bouwens, Jeroen; codestriker-user@...
Subject: Re: [Codestriker-user] ClearCase
Lets start off with the easy stuff..
By default Codestriker topic will show not show the entire file unless =
you ask for you. I assume you are opening up the topic, and pressing the =
"parallel" button. Are you sure the retrieve function is not being =
called? The function makes an effort to collect any error message and =
dump it into the window. Lastly, did you check your web server error =
logs? Codestriker will often dump its error messages into the logs.
"Bouwens, Jeroen" <jeroen.bouwens@...> wrote:=20
I'm trying to get codestriker to work with ClearCase, and while it more =
or less works, the review topics only show what's in the diff. As it =
says in the Codestriker manual:
"if a ClearCase repository has been specified in the Codestriker =
configuration, it is important that the above commands are run from the =
top-level directory of the view, so that the full vob pathname =
information is available within the diff files. This allows Codestriker =
to retrieve the full contents of files from the vob, so that a reviewer =
can see the changes applied to an entire file, rather than a small =
I have specified a repository in the config file, and verified manually =
that all versions are available to "cleartool get", yet all I get is =
this "small segment" the manual mentions. I tried checking what the code =
does, and it seems that ClearCaseSnapshot::retrieve is never called.=20
I'd be happy with any ideas of what to try to get this working, since =
the context of a change in a file is necessary to make a review doable =
Thanks in advance,
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