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Re: Getting version details from post-commit?

From: Branko ─îibej <brane_at_xbc.nu>
Date: 2004-05-05 02:07:43 CEST

Talley, Brooks wrote:

> Hi, everyone. I'm really enjoying subversion, but I've run into a bit
> of a wall in my post-commit script.
>
> Right now, the script sends email to a bunch of people who need to
> know that a version has been committed. So far so good. However, I
> would really love the email to include who *did* the commit, and what
> the version log message was, rather than just" version 149 was committed."
>
> Any pointers on how I could achieve that?

Oh, yes. :-)

Look into the tools/hook-scripts directory in the Subversion source
tree. You;ll find commit-email.pl and propchange-email.pl; and if you
prefer an all-in-one solution using the Python bindings, there's
mailer/mailer.py.

-- Brane

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