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Re: [ecf-dev] Questions on COLA
- From: Remy Chi Jian Suen <remy.suen@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Fri, 20 Feb 2009 11:21:42 -0500
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2009/2/20 devaughn <devaughn@xxxxxxxxx>:
> Before I throw the questions at you I want to give major kudo's for all of
> what ECF offers especially COLA. I am currently looking at some areas of
> ECF to build collaboration tooling and have a few questions on COLA.
Thank you for your interest in the ECF project and its collaboration
> Before I dig into the code to enable this, is there a reason to only allow
> one file at a time to be shared?
This is captured by bug 238966. Please provide comments there.
> Is there a reason that the compare editor's could not be shared, I am
> assuming this may also have to do with the answer to the first question?
The compare editor is a rather unique type of editor. Currently, only
text editors can be shared. I am not familiar enough with Compare's
code to comment as to whether it would be possible to share the editor
> I am thinking of using cola in a code review type of scenario but for that I
> would need to know that at least question 1 would be possible. I would like
> to visually represent the reviewee's project in a view in the reviewers
> workbench. Essentially the reviewee would initiate the sharing of the
> project and the reviewer would decide which files to look at.
You might be interested in a new area that we are currently
investigating. You can take a look at the blog post I wrote the