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RE: Mailer

From: Peter Fraser <Peter.Fraser_at_mayberryinv.com>
Date: 2006-05-05 17:57:23 CEST

You didn't say what platform you're using. Bug tracker integration is
generally done with a post-commit hook (see the svn book
which discusses email hooks in particular) or by polling the logs (this
is how JIRA integration works). Post-commit solutions that send emails
are very different on unix and windows, as explained in the book.

Did you look here?
All of these are on the first page:
Subversion/Bugzilla integration guide (for Linux)
Scmbug (a generic solution, also Linux-focussed)
http://www.mkgnu.net/?q=scmbug and this, explaining how to send email
from windows svn to bugzilla:

I presume if you've been searching for 2 days you've read all this and
they don't match your needs. If so, it would help if you could explain
how they fall short?

Oh sorry, I'm using FreeBSd 6.0. Yes I saw that article you mentioned
but I found it to be a bit complex. I then realized there was a mailer
already integrated in subversion so I figured I could start with that
one, find out how it works, configure it and then move to svnmailer
mentioned in the article. I will try the svnbook link you mentioned
above. Thanks for the pointer.

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