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From: David Sitsky <sits@us...> - 2004-12-08 01:36:47
I am not a SVN user yet, but I take it the "svn blame" command tells you
which users modified which lines?
How would you see this affecting the Codestriker display? Interesting
idea.... I wonder if CVS and other systems support this kind of
I am guessing CVS does, as LXR displays this information somehow.
On Wed, 8 Dec 2004 12:21, Sean Moss-Pultz wrote:
> I'm curious, are there any plans to integrate the svn blame command
> into codestriker? I would find this very useful.
> If nobody is working on this maybe I could have a look?
From: David Sitsky <sits@us...> - 2004-12-09 06:24:33
> I would do something like this... first we already have the following
> options at the top of every topic:
> Download topic text | View in monospace font | View with minimal screen
> width. | Tab width set to 8 (change to 4)
> I would just add one more that said something like "View with(out) line
> annotation". The wording could be different. This would just toggle
> showing line numbers, and showing line number, author, and revision.
Sounds good. We should be able to put this into the repository interface
so that if/when a Repository object supports it, we can render the link in
the view topic text window.