19.2. Example Usage

Example 1
QuickRev --board --out-dir /tmp/my-qr_board/ --start-dir /home/dev

Creates the QuickRevBoard for the files found recursively starting at /home/dev and writes the results to /tmp/my-qr_board/. This command uses the history-DB stored in the QuickRev's home directory during normal QuickRev usage. It's the most simple usage of the QuickRevBoard.

Example 2
(1) QuickRev --history --db-dir /tmp/my-qr_board/ --find /home/dev --exclude /test/ /doc/ \.svn/
(2) QuickRev --board --db-dir /tmp/my-qr_board/ --out-dir /tmp/my-qr_board/ --vcs=svn --start-dir /home/dev --exclude /test/ /doc/ \.svn/ /review/ --include \.java$ \.xml$ --replace-path /home/dev http://my/remote/path

Here QuickRev is started twice, once to create the history-DB and afterwards to create the QuickRevBoard.

(1) creates the history-DB in /tmp/my-qr_board directory and searches recursively for project files starting in /home/dev. test, doc and .svn directories will be ignored during the search. The command can be executed even if the history-DB exists already, in this case it will be updated (which is faster than the initial creation). See QuickRev --history --help for all options to create the history-DB.

(2) creates the QuickRevBoard with the history-DB stored in /tmp/my-qr_board directory. The result will be written to the same directory like the history-DB. Subversion is used as version control system (which is the default). The files to be reviewed will be searched recursively starting in /home/dev. test, doc, .svn and review directories will be ignored and only files which end with .java or .xml will be taken into account. The local path to the project files will be replaced from /home/dev to http://my/remote/path to be accessed on a remote location afterwards.


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