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[RFC] Target aware commit message processing

From: Troy Curtis Jr <troycurtisjr_at_gmail.com>
Date: Tue, 22 Apr 2008 21:10:26 -0500

I have been thinking about implementing commit message parsing such
that one can delete unwanted targets out of the commit message listing
to remove them from the commit (like svk). I have implemented a perl
wrapper script that does this but it has a few issues. I might be
able to work those issues out (though it isn't really worth it), but I
definitly would rather have a built-in option. The people in my group
have found it extremely useful in our day-to-day operations over the
past year so I feel it is worth the effort to implement for real.

My question: Who else thinks this would be useful? Has this been
proposed before, but implementation failed for one reason or another?
Perhaps most important, are there any committers who would have a
problem committing this feature?

I haven't seriously looked at the code to determine how much work it
will take, I wanted to gauge interest before I attempted it.


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