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Re: Display arbitrary revprops in 'Log Messages' dialog

From: Sergey Azarkevich <azarkevich_at_gmail.com>
Date: Mon, 16 Apr 2012 10:04:43 +0300

>> I want see for each revision 'build status' (failed, succeded,
>> succeeded without UT ...) in 'Log Messages' dislog. I think it is
>> possible to setup out CI server for apply some custom revprop on
>> checked revisions.
>> So, may be it is possible in some way to display arbitrary revprop
>> associated with selected revision? Best for me will be new column in
>> revisions list.
> Can you explain what you would use those revprops for and how?
> While it is possible to add another column to the log dialog and even
> fetch those revprops, that would be expensive.
> Also it wouldn't work with pre-1.7 servers. Ok, it would work, but would
> be unusably slow (and I really mean slow here, believe me!).

Currently our development process is not very good. About every 5-10th
revision contains non compilable code, but we in active development
phase and should update frequently. So, when I want update to higest
good revision, I open log window and... and want see good and bad
revisions in place.

But if this functionality is absent and expensive to implement, I can
use other way to do this:
1. Check status on our continuous integration server
2. Setup e-mail notifications about failed builds to everyone, not to
originators only.
3. Perform update to previous revision if current is broken.


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