Tool for Google Summer of Code: Flower Dev Center
flower_platform_team at flower-platform.com
Wed May 22 11:37:28 CDT 2013
> So you're saying you'll have a mature
> code review platform that can work with Mercurial?
Not a code review platform. Flower Platform is a modeling platform.
Think of it as a diagramming/UML tool:
* from which we have taken out the unnecessary code,
* we have added details that are not in UML but exist in the target
* and that is designed to integrate with tools like: issue tracker, wiki
Our approach is to integrate with existing third party software. Like
ReviewBoard for example, or the code review infrastructure from GitHub.
However, someone (or even us if there is demand) could easily build a
code review tool on Flower Platform. Server side, we'll have the
interface with Mercurial. We already have code to diff and decorate
diffs. Client: we already have code that can highlight syntax, etc.
But I have a question: Review Board doesn't already support Mercurial?
On 22.05.2013 16:10, Jordi Gutiérrez Hermoso wrote:
> On 22 May 2013 07:38, Gabriela Popa
> <flower_platform_team at flower-platform.com> wrote:
>> We will launch the new Flower Platform 2.0.0 this July, at OSCON, as an open
>> source project (probably under GPL3).
> Now I'm definitely interested. So you're saying you'll have a mature
> code review platform that can work with Mercurial? I have heard many
> people wanting something like Gerritt for Mercurial. At a glance,
> Flower Platform looks like it could compete with Gerritt.
> - Jordi G. H.
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