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Re: Checkout hooks?

From: John Calcote <john.calcote_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-03-24 17:47:38 CET

Ike Naar wrote:
> Adrian_Hoe wrote:
>> Sorry for being vague. I want to be alerted by emails when someone
>> checkout something. Going through a log on apache is not so
>> convenient and take quite some time to do so,
>> Like post commit hooks, I can set who to be alerted on which repository.
>> [...]
>> Does anyone find this useful when administering/monitoring svn?
> Imagine an environment where people check out a working copy only once and
> keep this working copy "forever", making local changes in the working copy,
> updating it regularly, and committing changes occasionally.
> In such an environment, monitoring checkouts would not be particularly useful.
Depends on if he wants to know how many people are interested in his
project. I think getting notified of who checks out might be a useful
point-of-interest statistic. On the other hand, for this sort of
information, a script run over the Apache log would probably suffice.

Received on Fri Mar 24 17:49:45 2006

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