GTalkabout Advanced Edition

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Unlike the traditional way of discussion, GTalkabout relates the messages and the position of the source code. Messages could have the property of code's comments and can be located through the code, and vice versa. Messages compared with comments have the following advantages:
1. Comments are provided by the source code's author. On the other hand, the message can be made by either the author or by the reader, who can help others understand and can also ask others for help.
2. A piece of code might involve multiple processes, such as a function called more than one place, or a piece of code could have different flow and output according to different input.
3. Messages can contain text, images, a patch of code, etc.
 
  In addition, GTalkabout discussion code uses subversion for version control. This allows integration of a graphical subversion client. The controls will have SVN commit, update, log, information, and so on for almost all operations. It is also intuitive to view modified file versions in real time which tracks changes conveniently.
  If you're a busy developer you can also change the server configuration to automatically generate at the local repository to manage your code. The developer also has the ability to configure a subversion server remote connection.
  There are additional benefits, for example; it can synchronize a mirror repository automatically for you, as long as it is not operating while another read operation is processing. A mirror repository will greatly improve access speed. This allows the end user to view the remote repository offline.

 

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