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RE: Code Reviews - Can SubVersion Query?

From: Mcgee, Mark <mark.mcgee_at_credit-suisse.com>
Date: Wed, 14 Jan 2009 11:13:43 -0000

Hi James

> Basically we have outsourced a stack of dev work to a company
> in India and I need to make sure they are doing things as we
> would like and more importantly in a correct fashion.

While I can't answer your subversion question in particular, I have used
FishEye in the past (a previous job) and found it useful for "searching"
SVN repositories, and (re)viewing changes. However, it is a commercial
(pay for) product, which may or may/not be a problem. Of course,
there's some setup involved as well.

As an aside, a good way of working with outsourcing companies, I've
found is to provide unit tests and interfaces that your outsource devs
should code against. The code they produce *must* pass these tests.
This will help with code quality enormously, assuming your tests are up
to snuff of course.


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