This can already be done using post commit scripts on the repository side.
TortoiseSVN is a client tool it really has no way of knowing that the
repository has been updated without querying the repository.
f you're going to query the repository then there is really no need for an
From: Ryan Hamm [mailto:RHamm@merus.us]
Sent: Tuesday, August 08, 2006 10:32 AM
Subject: Feature Request
Thanks for the wonderful and free TortoiseSVN. There is a functional
feature that I think would be helpful for many software developers and
others that utilize your programs:
It would be nice if SVN users where able to "subscribe" to a repository. It
could be set up so that each time someone commits to or updates from a
repository, any user who is subscribed to that repository recieves an email
message stating the user, time and action. (eg. user5 has committed to SVN
repository SRC567 on 8-07-06 at 5:09PM with the following comments.....).
You could even go on to show which files within the repository were
modified, added or deleted. This will keep subcribed users up to date with
project updates and keep track of who has repositories checked out for
editing. Thanks again for all of your hard work with TortoiseSVN.
Received on Tue Aug 8 19:58:33 2006