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Re: Cannot commit with empty change log

From: Vincent Starre <vstarre_at_comcast.net>
Date: 2005-08-22 02:51:23 CEST

That was included as the example of a pre-commit hook in the bundled
pre-commit hook template, when I got svn anyway.
Note, however, rejecting "empty" changelogs doesnt actually help much.
(I often see the changelog entry of "notes in code", for example)
Also note, once again, pre-commit hooks are not applied until after all
data has been transmitted. It can be annoying to transmit a huge entry
only to have it rejected because of a commit message problem. I'd
recommend instead having a post-commit which checks the message and
sends an e-mail asking for a better message if it's empty.

Cafer Şimşek wrote:

>Hi all,
>Is there any way to reject committing without changelog or empty
>Thanks for all

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