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Which hook to check-in an automatically built ChangeLog?

From: Patrick Ben Koetter <p_at_state-of-mind.de>
Date: 2004-12-20 21:46:15 CET

I want to automatically create a ChangeLog from Subversions log using
svn2cl <http://tiefighter.et.tudelft.nl/~arthur/svn2cl/>.

Doing this manually works as expected.

Now I want subversion to do this for me, but I am not clear about which
hook I should use.

Here's what I want to have:
+ The ChangeLog should include my current commit.
+ The ChangeLog should be committed together with my current commit.

To me it looks as if "start-commit" is the right hook, because it "is
run before the commit transaction is even created".

Or is it "pre-commit", because it "is run when the transaction is
complete, but before it is committed"?



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Received on Mon Dec 20 21:48:55 2004

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