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CVS based code review tool

 
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Hi All,

Does anyone know/use cvs based code review tools?

I tried out the following but they have some or the other issues.
1) CodeStriker (@sf.net)- excellent tool but with lot of configurations and..cvs issues
2) CodeReviewer not free and supports only windows..

Thanks for your help!
-SD :roll:
[ July 28, 2005: Message edited by: Santosh Deshpande ]
 
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Santosh,
Does it have to be CVS based? An alternative is to run an Ant build on your CVS box that checks out the code regularly and runs one of the open source code review tools (like FindBugs or CheckStyle) that have Ant targets.
 
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Originally posted by Jeanne Boyarsky:
Santosh,
Does it have to be CVS based? An alternative is to run an Ant build on your CVS box that checks out the code regularly and runs one of the open source code review tools (like FindBugs or CheckStyle) that have Ant targets.



Hi Jeanne,

Thanks for your reply. Yes this has to be CVS based. Also the code review should enable to view the changed code and master code (from cvs) side by side before the coder commits.
I am planning to extend the cvs diff provided by netbeans 4.1 to enable the graphical diffs to export to say html or email directly the graphical diffs.
Any suggestions, pl? :roll:
-SD
 
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