On Sat, Dec 12, 2015 at 10:26:52AM +0100, Fabien wrote:
> Hello svn-dev,
> I've developped a while back a configurable pre-commit script which we have
> been using in production on several repositories for some years, see:
> I would be willing to add this script to the subversion code base. I could
> commit it to "contrib/hook-scripts" if I'm given the go (I'm a committer in
> Apache & Subversion).
> Any thoughts?
Your script looks very nice! This definitely saves many people some
work in writing their own checks.
We're trying to retire the contrib/ directory, since there are several
ways of hosting open source add-on scripts elsewhere these days.
This leaves the tools/ directory, but this can only contain APLv2 licenced
code. If you're willing to relience from GPLv3 to APLv2, I see no problem
adding your script somewhere under the tools/hook-scripts/ directory.
If you're unwilling to change the licence, we can endorse your script by
recommending it to users but we cannot ship it in Subversion releases.
Received on 2015-12-12 11:48:51 CET