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Re: Commit - Approve cycle ?

From: Helge Jensen <helge.jensen_at_slog.dk>
Date: 2005-08-23 18:21:00 CEST

Sorry to "barge in" on this discussion, I'm not entirely sure I
understand the discussion, but it sounds to me like a search for a
workflow that supports "approval" of commits.

Couldn't this be solved with a simple way of working? without having
commits "suspended".

1. copy from where you wish to commit to some other place.
2. while !done
   2.1 edit
   2.2 commit
3. start the approval procedure giving it the path where you copied to
as input, and a description of what has changed.

the approval procedure can:

1. merge current trunk (or whatever) with the changes
2. compile, test, ..., do manual edits and whatnot
3. commit or reject, giving feedback to requester of approval

If the approval procedure is entirely automatic it should be no problem
to automate the whole procedure.

Helge Jensen
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