loggerhead: alternative web front-end

Goffredo Baroncelli kreijack at tiscalinet.it
Sun Dec 17 20:52:00 GMT 2006

On Saturday 16 December 2006 01:09, you (Robey Pointer) wrote:
> 1. A revid almost always contain someone's email address, which I  
> really don't want to post on a website.

A possible solution is to translate every email address with the "&#xy;" HTML 
I already do so in the commiter field. But I never thought about the revision 

> 2. A revid is usually pretty long, and ends up looking like visual  
> noise.

This was a topic already discussed with the git folks: see  
I agree that a SHA1 sum is better and I posted a patch. But it nedded a bit of 

> > * In history pages, in order to permit a better browsing I shows  
> > also the
> > following information:
> >   - merge points
> >   - the possible heads ( think about a branch in the future)
> > (
> > http://goffredo-baroncelli.homelinux.net/bazaar-dev/bzr-sha1? 
> > cmd=changelog;otherrevid=;rev=john%40arbash- 
> > meinel.com-20060817133350-22c93d5770f97d1b;pathrevid=;path= )
> I saw this in the code, but didn't understand it.  Are those the  
> merge points of the latest revision in the history?  (It made sense  
> to me to show merge points and merged-from points in individual  
> revisions, but I couldn't figure out what it meant for a history to  
> have a merge point, unless it's just the latest revision's merge point.)

These links should help the browsing up and down the history. If fact these 
represent every possible point of merge of every branches of the latest 
showed revision.

> > * In the diff, it is no so obvious that the green lines are the  
> > added lines
> > and the red lines are the removed lines; is it possible to add the '+'
> > and '-' simbol at the begin of the lines ?
> What if I added a key at the top, like trac uses?  (It lists which  
> color means what.)

Do you know that some people are  "color-blind" ? :-)
Seriously, addign key helps. However I prefer the adding of a "+" and a "-". 
But it seems that I am alone :-(...


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