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Re: [TSVN] Changing Commit Messages

From: Mark Phippard <MarkP_at_softlanding.com>
Date: 2005-02-17 19:58:28 CET

Yes. From the Log Messages dialog, you can Shift-Double-click on the log
message field in the list part of the dialog to change the message. You
can do the same for the author.

Of course, you also have to a pre-revprop-change hook installed on the
server to allow it.


Gary Affonso <gary@greywether.com> wrote on 02/17/2005 01:51:39 PM:

> The content of our commit messages are parsed and indexed by our
> issue-management system. It correlates each commit to the issues in our
> issue tracker.
> Meaning the the commit messages contain text strings like this:
> KARTA-9 blah blah, KARTA-10 blah blah
> The upshot here is the it's rather important that the issue number be in
> commit message and every now and then a programmer will forget.
> Can TSVN be used to change these commit messages after the fact? I
> need a "history" on the message, I just need to change it (forgetting
> was there before).
> Thanks!
> - Gary
> --
> Greywether, Inc.

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