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Re: "me too" changelog feature?

From: Saulius Grazulis <grazulis_at_akl.lt>
Date: 2005-04-14 08:17:41 CEST

On Thursday 14 April 2005 03:07, Andrew Thompson wrote:

> > How does this differ from keeping a file with a log message as you
> > work?  (I do that with Subversion all the time.)
> It automatically puts whatever you typed in there in to the commit
> message for you to just tweak and save.

1. Could pre-commit hooks help?

2. I usually do commit for every logically finished step of the work (even if
it is only one symbol change). I guess this would make it easier to sort out
the things later, when there is a need to go back to a specific state of the

So what if instead of writing changes into some log file, you just commit each
time you want to add something to the log? Subversion will keep the log for
you ;)?

Just a thought...

Saulius Gražulis
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