[Chicago] code review tools

Christopher Allan Webber cwebber at imagescape.com
Mon Jul 23 18:09:32 CEST 2007

One of the things I feared about leaving Google was leaving Mondrian.
But having used Review Board a bit, well, I've been pretty happy.

There are two things that I've really been wanting from it though...
 - interdiff reviews.  But I've seen a couple weeks back in the svn
   logs that this has been added, but that the UI for it wasn't
   exposed quite yet.  I'm not sure if this has changed, haven't
   updated in some time because I'm too lazy to update the database to
   reflect changes in the models
 - some sort of official release. :) But hey, it actually tends to be
   quite stable right out of SVN...

It's really easy to set up, run, and use.  I really do recommend it.

Carl Karsten <carl at personnelware.com> writes:

> sheila miguez wrote:
>> Do any of you guys have good code review tools? I'm playing around
>> with reviewboard.
> http://www.review-board.org
> """
> Review Board is a web-based tool designed to help projects and companies keep 
> track of pending code changes and make code reviews much less painful and 
> time-consuming. It is being developed for use in VMware, but is designed to be 
> generic enough to use in any project. It supports SVNs and Perforce natively, 
> though other SCM backends can be written for it.
> Review Board is written using Django and Python.
> """ - http://code.google.com/p/reviewboard/
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