#1 a frontend for just editing, adding and removing comments

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nobody
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2010-03-24
2010-03-24
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See this related discussion: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/930622/does-there-exist-a-wiki-for-editing-doxygen-comments

That would be very useful because projects could easily have everybody contribute to the quality of the comments in the source code, providing such a frontend for a code review system seems like a natural fit.

What do you think?

Thanks for considering this request

Discussion

  • Also see:http://howsmycode.com/

     
  • Graham Pitt
    Graham Pitt
    2010-03-27

    This is a really interesting idea. I've deliberately made groogle read-only, but perhaps as an extension it might be nice if users could edit the source and commit changes directly once they're approved.

    I like the idea, but it would probably require someone else to help/submit a patch to get it in trunk any time soon. There are a lot of outstanding feature requests.

    Thanks,

    Graham

     
  • this could actually be cool to have, read-only should not be a problem, if the changes could be provided as some form of patch (unified diff), for distributed systems like git, hg or bzr, one could also directly commit changes back to a "draft" or "review-pending" branch