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Commit - Approve cycle ?

From: นลงป <my_at_esast.com>
Date: 2005-08-21 10:31:14 CEST

Dear all:
 I saw this topic in mailing list archive before , I copied as below
> Is there a view to add some sort of approval facility into subversion
> where a commit goes into some queue and waits for approval ?
Answer by Ben Collins-Sussman
>>AFAIK, there's no concrete plan to add this feature to Subversion. On
>>the other hand, it would be very easy for a 3rd party to add this
>>"workflow" on top of Subversion. The repository has transactions
>>already; no reason for them to be committed immediately. A user can
>>commit his changes to a transaction, but then just leave the transaction
>>alive rather than committing it. Then a manager can come along and
>>peruse the transaction and do the final commit.
Ben mention it could be implement by committing changes to a transaction but
then just leave the transaction alive rather than committing it , But how to
achieve this feature ? Did it need to modify SVN source code or just
implement it in Hook script? And How to let the pending transaction commit
to repository? Any comment will be appreciated


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