Thanks for developing subversion. This is just to notify the svn people that
I am using your subversion in my project.
Project Dune on SourceForge uses subversion hooks to automate the generation
of inspection requests within the QA system.
The goal of Project Dune is to be a one-stop shop for all quality artifacts
that are generated throughout the development of a software project, whether
those are inspections, tests, bugs or tasks (project-management related
stuff), and then of course to start measuring and reporting across those
development stages and artifacts.
For subversion, when someone makes a checkin into a subversion repository, a
pre-commit and post-commit hook are triggered. The pre-commit hook calls a
servlet in the system to verify the log message (if the reference entered
exists and is actually owned by the author). The post-commit hook sends the
log message, author, changed files and commit id to the system to
automatically generate an inspection request, that a team leader should
further assign to another user.
Further on, the project requires more integration with SVN to create unified
diffs and blames from the server (transform to HTML). The intention is to
eventually perform all code inspections online inside the browser, using svn
client tools as the basis for the code repository interaction.
More info at:
Thanks for all the good work on developing one of the best SCM solutions in
the world today!
Received on Mon Jun 26 01:14:05 2006