I *did* implement an issue tracker plugin...with an interface that
talks to Subversion, as I mentioned above. The user, in my example
above, uses the issue tracker plugin that I wrote, and their commit
executes the post-commit script I am talking about. My original
question is still not being answered.
In a post-commit hook, when I am handed a list of local committed
files from Tortoise (the first parameter in a post-commit hook), how
can I convert them into their proper protocol (http://, svn:// or file:///)
format and send them to my issue tracker? My issue tracker needs the
files with their respective protocol, not the local path to the
particular machine where the commit occurred.
On Feb 19, 2:06 pm, Stefan Küng <tortoise..._at_gmail.com> wrote:
> On 19.02.2010 18:31, Michael R wrote:
> > I'll explain my whole situation to make this more clear.
> > There is a defect-tracking application that I am working with. This
> > application has functionality that can link to Subversion:
> > -A user can enter a connection to Subversion (file:///, svn://, http://,
> > etc.) and credentials to the Subversion repository
> > -A user can then select a defect and click "Add Link"
> > ...a window then opens in the defect application showing the
> > subversion repository, and the user can select one or more files in
> > the repository and click "OK"
> > ...clicking "OK" then records some simple information about the
> > selected Subversion file in the repository
> > ...the users can then scan through defects and click on a defect
> > and see which defects have been committed and against which subversion
> > files
> > -The information which is included is the "path" to the subversion
> > file, it can be in a (file:///, svn://, or http:// format) and the
> > revision number
> > ...this is important because the defect tracking application has
> > some simple functionality such as "Get History" on the subversion
> > links
> > ...(and yes, if the users enter things with file:/// then other
> > users won't be able to Get History on those items, but they can set up
> > Subversion however they wish)
> > What lies above is set functionality that I cannot change. What I am
> > interested in doing is adding to the functionality above.
> > I want to add support to this for Tortoise SVN and allow commits made
> > from Tortoise SVN to communicate back to the defect-tracking system
> > and create these simple entries. What I have created now is an
> > interface that talks to Tortoise SVN (that allows users to select
> > defects through the Tortoise SVN commit screen) and a post-commit hook
> > that relays the commited files and revisions over to the defect
> > tracking system. I've also written a setup package that nicely
> > installs all of this on 32 and 64 bit machines.
> > Which leads back to my original question...it all works fine at this
> > moment except for one problem: the files that are given to the hook
> > by Tortoise after the commit are in a "C:\project\file.txt" format
> > rather than the "http://server/file.txt" or "svn://server/file.txt"
> > format that the defect system requires.
> > One suggestions made above seemed to help for a bit (the bit about
> > running the "svn.eve info" command on each item through the hook).
> > This would work great for me except that I cannot rely on users having
> > the SVN client installed on their machine...a machine might only have
> > the Tortoise SVN client installed...I poked around looking at the
> > Tortoise SVN client and it looks like the Tortoise client does not
> > have an "info" command that matches the SVN one.
> > What is my best course of action to allow my hook to hand off the list
> > of committed files (post-commit) to the defect tracking application in
> > a http://, svn://, or file:/// format?
> You should implement an issue tracker plugin:http://tortoisesvn.net/docs/release/TortoiseSVN_en/tsvn-ibugtraqprovi...
> Here are some plugins that already work, some of them open source so you
> can check how they did it:http://tortoisesvn.net/issuetrackerplugins
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