> Hi, Stefan!
> > Haven't tested that one. But screenshots look good.
> > There's one big problem with your patch though:
> > You haven't mentioned anywhere what the xml file format is. RSS isn't
> > clear either, because there are multipe RSS standards out there. So
> > which of these standards does the RSS feed has to use?
> > Another thing we first have to discuss first before I can apply your
> > Should we use a standard xml file for the issue picker or introduce our
> > own? I mean the issue picker has a special purpose, and therefore might
> > need a special format. In a normal RSS feed it's not clear what the
> > issue number is, what the URL to the issue itself is, what the status of
> > the issue is, ...
> > Also, I don't think it's a good idea to have the issue picker a separate
> > program/dll. We should include that in TSVN itself but keep it
> > configurable so it can work with as many issuetrackers as possible.
> > You can add resources yourself. Those changes will be included in the
> > patchfile if you do an "create patch" command.
> Yes, I can, but this patch will be much more complex, I think.
> My first aim was to introduce feature with minimal (but uqly) code
> If you're showing interest to this feature, we can coninue to make it more
> 1st problem is quickly resolvable:
> a) We can publish the xml format (look at the xsd file attached) used by
> JIRA BTS and this plugin.
> b) Add plugin code into TSVN repository - so everyone can write it's own
> plugins while we can make additional
> BTS support included into our universal code. We can also use my plugin
> as part of tortoiseProc.exe (3rd),
> but if there is user's "rss_feed.dll" in current directory, it will be
> instead of our's inside code.
> Thus we can give simple temp. decision for developers, who are using
> unsupported BTS and don't want to download full TSVN code and libs - only
> The 2'nd problem decision is simple too: we can apply XSLT transform
> (bugtrack::get_issues_xslt) to any data source and get our format...
> I think, first step will be BugZilla...
> What do you think ?
> BR, àÒÁ ðÅÒÛÉÎ
> QA / AD lead engineer, ProSoft Systems,
> YEKT - Russia
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