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RE: Subversion commit e-mail notification

From: Ben Collins-Sussman <sussman_at_collab.net>
Date: 2004-05-11 20:41:23 CEST

(keeping this on users@)

On Tue, 2004-05-11 at 13:36, Butler, Frances H (FHB) wrote:

> I'm guessing I should modify the address "commit-watchers@example.org" to my
> own, but what else do I need to do?

You can do whatever you wish. In your original email, you said that you
already had cvs sending out email via its 'loginfo' hook. So I assumed
that you already understood how to send email from a script.

The post-commit template is only an example; there's nobody forcing you
to use the 'commit-email.pl' script. (In fact, most of us use
'mailer.py' now to send mail.)

The main point is that the script gets the name of the repository and
the newly created revision number passed in as arguments. From there,
you can run something as simple as 'svnlook diff -r N repos', and then
spool the result into the Unix 'mail' program. :-)

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