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RE: Post Commit Code Formatting

From: Casper Hornstrup <ch_at_csh-consult.dk>
Date: 2005-06-22 21:11:06 CEST

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Durfee, Bernard [mailto:Bernard.Durfee@suny.edu]
> Sent: 22. juni 2005 20:15
> To: users@subversion.tigris.org
> Subject: RE: Post Commit Code Formatting
> Again, it seems like it would very simple for CVS/Subversion to supply a
> 'hook' for people to run scripts to modify incoming files and transmit
> those modifications back to the client, just as both of those systems
> already do with keyword expansion.
> Bernie

You don't need a special hook for this.

1. In a post-commit hook, put a job in some queue.
2. Have a service process the jobs in the queue. Checkout the branch that
was changed, format the changed files, and commit.

You have to lock the changed files and verify in a pre-commit hook that a
locked file is not committed to (to avoid merge conflicts).


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