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Hi all,

What about Code Reviews( file reviews ) at Apache Subversion 1.7? Does Apache subversion contain this kind of function like Review Board

something like this:[^]
Thanks in advance.
Posted 23-Oct-12 2:56am
Updated 23-Oct-12 3:19am
Nelek 23-Oct-12 8:04am
Please use the widget "improve question" to elaborate your text a bit more. I can not understand what you are asking
helloworld2020 23-Oct-12 8:31am
ok i try it to explain more. what i want to know is, does apache subversion have review system? something like something Review Board, it is explained here:
To best of my knowledge, no. I use Subversion every day. It does its work the best; and this is a work of a lean but comprehensive Revision Control System. I would dislike if it did anything else.
helloworld2020 23-Oct-12 10:44am
thank you for your reply!
Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov 23-Oct-12 12:55pm
You are welcome, but that's not all. I remembered by recent very positive experience and can recommend much better way then monolithic product. Still, Subversion, +...
Please see my answer.

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Please see the discussion in the comments to the question.

I would suggest one opportunity for code reviews. You can add another open-source product, Trac:[^],[^].

With Apache, it can be integrated with Subversion very well. If you do it, you can use it as a regular issue tracking system ([^]) and project management system ([^]), which will give you convenient opportunities to carry out code review procedures in a very organized manner, among many other things. You can cross reference any artifacts stored in Subversion and present them in the Trac Web pages as regular Web references.

Actually, Trac is based on Wiki and can be used as a general-purpose Wiki engine. It's very good for writing individual, and, especially, collective documentation, especially development documentation, but any other kind of documentation as well.

In fact, this modular approach with different but well integrated open-source providers is much better then monolithic approach.


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