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Re: Projects?

From: Philip Martin <philip_at_codematters.co.uk>
Date: 2003-10-22 02:14:43 CEST

Robert Spier <rspier@pobox.com> writes:

>> Is is really a bad idea to be able to put a keyword entry in a file
>> that is a file-relative change count?
> If all you want is a keyword, then I'm pretty sure you can do that
> right now with a commit hook script.

Do you mean a pre-commit hook script? I don't think that would work
as such a script cannot update a working copy directly, and if it were
to change the repository those changes won't get transmitted back to
the working copy during the commit.

What you could do now is use a property that was updated on the client
side before the commit, and have a pre-commit hook that rejected any
commit that didn't bump the property value for a modified file.

Philip Martin
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Received on Wed Oct 22 02:15:42 2003

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