That sounds pretty innovative actually. I think I'd want my bug tracking
system built into IM too so I can mention bug numbers and such. Let me know
if you get it figured out, I'll be the first user.
On 8/23/05, Kalin KOZHUHAROV <email@example.com> wrote:
> Gregory Piņero wrote:
> >> On 8/23/05, *Kalin KOZHUHAROV* <firstname.lastname@example.org >
> >> I know this might sound crazy, but lately I am spending lots of time
> >> discussing some issue with my teammates on gaim. And of course a lot
> >> of copy/paste of svn URLs, revisions, even whole commands is going
> >> on. So I just got this (brilliant?) idea to try and integrate some
> >> subversion commands or at least syntax highlighting in gaim.
> >> Has anybody ever had such ideas? Any more food for thought?
> >> Some examples:
> >> OK, Joe, I think I got it right this time. See svn diff -r213:218
> >> https://example.com/repos/prj-A/branches/my-new-feature/
> >> Guys, looking at
> >> https://example.com/repos/prj-A/trunk/src/poke.c@456:11 I still think
> >> that should be 0, not 1. (i.e. line 11 of src/poke.c @ revision 456)
> >> Don't you think that he is the bad guy here? svn blame
> >> https://example.com/repos/prj-A/trunk/src/build.xml |grep 310
> >> Tell me what do you think?
> > Here's a wild guess at a quick solution. Install a web viewable
> > program for subversion such as viewcvs (I think it's called), then
> > you just click on your buddy's link just like a normal web address.
> Yes, that is one thing, we have that already.
> I was envisioning something like tool tips (no click, mouse-over only)
> and syntax highlighting.
> Diffs in (* big *) tool tips :-?
> Alerts on commit coming to your IM client (instead of e-mail)...
> I even got a name for it :-D
> svim: SubVersion Instant Messenger
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Received on Tue Aug 23 20:56:41 2005