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Re: Re: A way not to send the post-commit message?

From: Ron W <ronw.mrmx_at_gmail.com>
Date: Sun, 17 Jul 2016 17:33:02 -0400

On Sun, Jul 17, 2016 at 12:16 PM, fbs <frank_at_fbs419.com> wrote:

> What would happen if right before I decided to do a given commit, I just
> went into the server and renamed post.commit to something else, to prevent
> the email from being sent. Then when I'm done, rename it back. Would I
> have to start and stop the server in this case. Also is this a reasonable
> thing to do? I know exactly when I'm going to do these particular commits,
> and it can do them at times that don't interfere with anyone else. Thanks

Can you change the post-commit script? If so, you could have it check 2
things: (a) if the submitter is you; and (b) for a special string in the
commit comment. If both are true, then skip sending the email. If not,
remove the special string (if present) and proceed as normal.


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