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RE: forcing log entry during commit

From: Alexander Ogol <alexander_at_ogol.info>
Date: 2006-07-12 01:12:36 CEST

Further enhance of this idea is to integrate SCM with Issue Tracker to be
able to track what checkin corresponds what task (issue).
Look at SCMBug http://www.mkgnu.net/?q=scmbug
They modify hooks for your project, so they restrict commit on different
rules (task ID is not present, comment is not present, corresponding task is
not in opened state, corresponding product is not opened, task is not
assigned to this commiter)


From: Brian Krusic [mailto:brian@krusic.com]
Sent: Friday, July 07, 2006 11:35 PM
To: users@subversion.tigris.org
Subject: forcing log entry during commit

I would like to force users to write a log entry about the nature of the
commit and have seen a hook script called enforcer that may help me do this.
Would some one mind getting me started on how to do this?
I imagine referancing some SVN variable to check if its not blank.
Perhaps the some thing that checks for a new line would do?
Received on Wed Jul 12 01:12:07 2006

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