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Re: Mac OS X - best setup for small developer?

From: Ben Collins-Sussman <sussman_at_collab.net>
Date: 2005-03-25 15:29:49 CET

On Mar 25, 2005, at 6:42 AM, Johnson, Rick wrote:

> The global revision number are NOT meaningless noise. As a
> project manager, the global revision numbers give me a very quick and
> dirty idea of what projects are getting some updates and which have
> not.
> I agree that I still have to look at the logs to see exactly what was
> done to each project but that's way better than having to view the logs
> and manually split it out for each of the projects.
> I'm not afraid of the revision numbers, I'm using them as part
> of the vast array of tools that Subversion puts into my hands. Putting
> all the projects into a single repository removes this particular tool
> from my toolbox.

You're using the wrong tool to measure activity in a project. Set up
commit-emails to fire for each project. Everyday, look and see how
much mail you receive from each project.

> BTW, I know that I could script the log output to split out the
> information for each of the projects.

"Script the output?" Nothing so fancy is needed! Just run 'svn log
projectURL'. You'll only see commits that affected that URL.

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