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Re: Checkout hooks?

From: Adrian Hoe 贺文耀 <mailbox_at_adrianhoe.com>
Date: 2006-03-24 06:23:39 CET


I am only interested to know who checkout what at when. I don't care
what they do to their working copies until they commit. I think it is
good to know who checkout what at when so that can be monitored.

I think it is useful to some extend.

On Mar 24, 2006, at 12:55 PM, Stuart Celarier wrote:

> Adrian, there are no hooks for checkout in Subversion today.
> Step back a bit further. What's the fundamental problem that you're
> trying to solve by knowing when a checkout is performed?
> There's a lot of flexibility in working copies that are
> disconnected data sets. When I check out a codeline into a working
> copy, I could discard it, I could copy it to another computer or
> transfer it to a thumb-drive and give it to another person who
> might ultimately modify it and commit those changes, or that person
> might send me back a patch file to commit.
> In addition to checkout, I can also perform switch and update
> operations that also synchronize the working copy with data in the
> repository. I can also perform an export to get data from the
> repository without constructing a working copy.
> Do any of those considerations affect the problem you want to solve?
> Cheers,
> Stuart
> Stuart Celarier | Corillian Corporation

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