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Re: Subversion 2.0

From: Steve Williams <stevewilliams_at_kromestudios.com>
Date: 2006-05-16 23:48:32 CEST

Brian Jauch wrote:

> Hello,
>
> I tried sending this request to the users mailing list first, but they
> directed me here to the developers list. I am involved with
> development for a defect tracking product (TestTrack Pro), and we are
> considering integrating with Subversion. I was hoping you could
> provide a general idea of when version 2.0 will be released. We are
> interested in this so that we will be able to predict when we may have
> to update our integration to account for changes in the Subversion
> APIs. Any information you could provide would be helpful, we certainly
> donít expect an exact date.
>

Support for specifying a bug number in a URL for viewing in the web
interface would be handy. This is done by adding a bugtraq:url property
to a directory in the repository.

 From the TortoiseSVN help file:

bugtraq:url

    Set this property to the url of your bugtracking tool. It must be
    properly URI encoded and it has to contain %BUGID%. %BUGID% is
    replaced with the Issuenumber you entered. This allows TortoiseSVN
    to display a link in the log dialog, so when you are looking at the
    revision log you can jump directly to your bugtracking tool. You do
    not have to provide this property, but then TortoiseSVN shows only
    the issuenumber and not the link to it. e.g the TortoiseSVN project
    is using http://tortoisesvn.tigris.org/issues/show_bug.cgi?id=%BUGID%

-- 
Sly
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