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Automatic ChangeLog generation

From: Christian Gudrian <Christian.Gudrian_at_gmx.de>
Date: 2004-07-24 10:55:36 CEST


I wonder how to make subversion automagically create a ChangeLog file
after each commit?

I have found a tool called svn2log in the source distribution of nemerle
(http://www.nemerle.org/) which creates a ChangeLog from within a
working copy of the repository. However, there are to issues which
prevent me from using this script from within a post-commit hook:

1. The directory, the post-commit script runs in, is undefined.

2. Before svn log yields the correct log messages, a svn update
   is required -- which cannot be called during a post-commit
   script. And even if it could: see 1.
Has anyone found a way to create an updated ChangeLog on every commit?


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