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Re: Feature Request: Revision Properties at Commit Time

From: Michael Haggerty <mhagger_at_alum.mit.edu>
Date: 2006-11-15 17:01:13 CET

Peter Lundblad wrote:
> I like this proposals with a few comments.
> Tim Hill writes:
>> (3) Relaxing the current rules that disable revision properties to
>> allow (1) and (2) even if revision property modifications are
>> disabled (pre-revprop-change & post-revprop-change hooks). The hooks
>> should still be invoked during the checkin, *but* if they are not
>> implemented, commit-time revprops are still allowed.
> Why should these hooks be called here? That would be inconsistent with
> what happens to svn:log, svn:date and svn:author when committing today and
> also would be redundant since the commit related hooks can always take
> action if they want to.

Speaking of which, should one be able to use this feature to set svn:log
(i.e., serving as an alias for the "-m" and "-F" options)? What about
svn:date and svn:author (i.e., overriding the defaults for these options)?


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