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Re: Alter Log Message in Hook

From: Max Bowsher <maxb_at_ukf.net>
Date: 2005-01-11 17:22:13 CET

Sean Laurent wrote:
> Okay,
> So I just realized I have a dumb question...
> Currently I have a post-commit hook which, among other things, checks the
> log
> message for a phrase like "BUG#xxxx". If the hook finds the text, it adds
> a
> bugnote to the related issue in our bugtracker which includes a link to
> the
> related revision in ViewSVN. This works fine. However, I just had a user
> request the opposite: If the log message includes a reference to a bug,
> include (in parentheses) a link to the bug in the database.
> Example before:
> blah blah fixes BUG#42.
> Example after:
> blah blah fixes BUG#42 (http://server/viewsvn?view=rev&rev=42).
> My dumb question is whether or not this is even remotely safe to do. On
> the
> one hand, it seems like changing the log message would qualify as
> modifying
> the transaction, which is a "very bad thing"... On the other hand, the
> log
> message is unversioned and isn't stored on the client anyway. If it is
> safe,
> is there an easier way of changing the log message in a hook script than
> calling 'svn propset svn:log -r XXX --rev-prop "blahblahblah"'?

Yes, it is safe, revision properties are the one thing you are allowed to

svn propset is the easiest way to do this - I'm curious - how could it be
easier than running one command?


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