Re: GSoC idea: adding JavaScript library / framework in gitweb

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Dear Jakub,

    if we handle the sorting of the tables on the client side itself
,will that be a  load on the browser?
Other ideas which i have in mind are

1.Highligting matched portions of project name while searching the
project name ,even more intuitively
2.project pagination.

On Sun, Mar 25, 2012 at 12:19 AM, Jakub Narebski <jnareb@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> On Sat, 24 Mar 2012, chaitanyaa nalla wrote:
>> Dear Jakub ,
>>  could you please suggest any other ideas or features so that i can
>> think upon them and come up with further good ideas.
> One idea for additional feature that I have already mentioned, and which
> I have put on is
> client-side sorting of tables, e.g. of list of all projects, a la
> jQuery / MediaWiki (Wikipedia) "sorttable".
> Another would be using deferreds or queues for interactive blame, so
> that repainting (editing DOM) happens asynchronously to avoid locking
> up browser, like in
> There was also some time ago a patch that added ability to mark a commit
> to compare current commit to (using JavaScript and cookies), to have an
> UI to compare arbitrary commits using 'commitdiff' view.  Or something
> similar to MediaWiki (Wikipedia) page history view.
> Yet another would be support for graphical representation of history in
> 'log', 'shortlog' and 'history' views e.g. using Raphael.js
> Perhaps it would be possible to employ some JavaScript syntax highlighter
> to pretty-print contents of 'blob' view.
> Hope That Helps.
> P.S. You can see gitweb at work here:
> --
> Jakub Narebski
> Poland
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