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Multi-level tsvn:logtemplates

From: Greg Creager <greg.creager_at_hp.com>
Date: Thu, 8 Nov 2012 14:53:38 -0800 (PST)

We use a tsvn:logtemplate at the root of all our branches/trunk to populate commit dialogs. We have a use case where we need to use a different logtemplate if a file is committed to a particular directory lower down the directory tree.


mycomp/trunk -> normal log template
mycomp/trunk/dir1/dir2/specialdir --> special log template

I placed a logtemplate prop on the lower level 'special' dir and assumed it would be used if any file in the commit fell under this directory, but what I am finding is that the lower level logtemplate is ignored unless the commit takes place at or below that level (I would have to initiate the commit on 'specialdir', if I commit at trunk I get the higher level template).

I would think the lower level template should take precedence shouldn't it?

Ideas here? How can I get a message to the user if they are committing under the 'specialdir' area? We don't have server side hooks here. Is there a property that would fire as a client-side hook without the clients being setup for it?


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