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Re: Changing files being committed

From: Scott Palmer <scott.palmer_at_2connected.org>
Date: 2005-10-03 04:28:38 CEST

On 2-Oct-05, at 10:18 PM, S3 wrote:

> So, I could have the script apply the diff to the previous revision
> and run it through Jalopy. Then it could re-diff it and subversion
> could continue like normal.

No, it cant. You aren't allowed to change the diff in your hook
script. That would break the working copy.

Like I wrote before, you can only use Jalopy to verify that the
original diff is okay to commit or not. So you simply have the
option to accept the changes if they comply with the code formatting
that you want to enforce, or to reject the entire commit (with a
descriptive error message). There are advantages to this, as the
user knows that what they chose to commit is exactly what gets
committed. And of course there are also the limitations, which you
are by now well aware of.


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