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Re: Branch philosophy

From: Branko Čibej <brane_at_xbc.nu>
Date: 2004-11-07 00:17:39 CET

Greg Goodrich wrote:

>> or something equivalent and have that affect the entire subtree below
>> it, preventing commits to it.
>> But today we can't. (Something for a pre-commit hook? I've never
>> written one..)
> The precommit hook is nice, but seems a bit underpowered for locking
> things down in this way. For example, I would like my tags area to
> allow tags to be created in there, but never modified. Well, when you
> do an svn copy, the pre-commit hook gets called, so now you have to be
> able to differentiate between a copy and a normal commit, which it
> doesn't seem is an easy thing to do. I investigated the svnlook
> command, but it doesn't appear that there is really a good way to use
> that command to be able to tell the difference between a copy and a
> commit. The only mechanisms I can come up with for this are somewhat
> hacks (running grep on the output for "^A" versus "^U" for example).

We already have a pre-commit hook that does exactly what you want. See


-- Brane

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