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Re: Howto: Show Log of Updates? or Feature Request?

From: Simon Large <simon_at_skirridsystems.co.uk>
Date: 2006-04-28 12:18:16 CEST

Pieter Coucke wrote:
> Hi,
> How can I see when the TortoiseSVN users did the last time an Update?
> I'm facing the problem that not only my developers doesn't do often a Commit
> (but which I can easily control via the Show Log), but don't do an Update
> either of the project.
> I found out that I can force an Update (Appendix C, Automating TortoiseSVN),
> but I don't really like the fact that they will be forced to do so,
> sometimes they can have a good reeason to net yet do an Update.
> So what I would like is to have somehow a list (like the Show Log), that
> shows me when everybody did for the last time an Update. I prefer to yell at
> them for not doing it than forcing them to do it, hehe ;-)
> If this isn't possible, it would be a great feature request :-) The best
> would be either to be able to see the commits and updates in one list
> merged, so I can follow the actions of the developers :-)

Sorry, can't be done. Subversion doesn't track updates on the server,
only commits, locks and rev-prop changes. There is an existing issue in
our issue tracker for client-side hooks, and that might do what you want
if/when it gets implemented.


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