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Re: Separate commit message for each directory

From: Michael Repplinger <repplix_at_graphics.cs.uni-sb.de>
Date: 2006-02-10 15:34:05 CET

Hi Ryan and Michael,
thanks for the fast response. Based on Ryan's explanation i understand
why svn doesn't provide such a commit policy by default (we are
currently porting our project from cvs to svn and are more familiar with
the conecpts of cvs). However, if we decide to use such a commit policy
for our svn repository, we will add a corresponding pre-commit hook, as
you proposed.

Thanks
  Michael Repplinger

Reilly, Michael wrote:

>I would think that you would be able to write a pre-commit hook to check
>that all the paths (from 'svnlook changed') all have the same 'dirname'
>component. If not, reject the commit. Someone might have other ideas.
> -Michael
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>>-----Original Message-----
>>From: Michael Repplinger [mailto:repplix@graphics.cs.uni-sb.de]
>>Sent: Thursday, February 09, 2006 7:39 PM
>>To: users@subversion.tigris.org
>>Subject: Separate commit message for each directory
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>>Hi,
>>by default the command 'svn commit' commits all changes in a certain
>>directory and all subdirecotries. The corresponding commit message is
>>applied to all files in the current directory and all subdirectories.
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>Is
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>>it possible to configure svn in that way that log messages are only
>>applied to a single directory and that the user must enter a new log
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>for
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>>each subdirectory?
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>> Best regards
>> Michael Repplinger
>>
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