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Re: Mnemomic names for revisions

From: Moisei <moisei_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2005-05-17 21:57:47 CEST

Hello dear all,
did anybody ever think about allowing the subversion to run server side scripts?
Could not it solve all this super long flame in a very easy way?
The simplest implementation that comes in my mind is:
create the "scripts" directory under repository root and
provide a way to the svn client to run any script located in this directory.

something like:
svn exec create_label THE_SUPER_LABEL http://svn/repo/my_silly_dir -r 123
svn exec log_by_label THE_SUPER_LABEL

This would provide any easy way to adopt the svn behavior to
the specific needs and on other hand the most "populat" scripts
could become the part of the official distribution
and later even implemented as a native part of the svn client.

Yes, sure the permissions should be taken into account.
Yes, sure, the administrator should be able to enable / disable
the scripts execution.

Best Regards,
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Received on Tue May 17 22:00:14 2005

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