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Re: Simple email notification for commits

From: Karl Fogel <kfogel_at_google.com>
Date: 2006-09-05 20:56:17 CEST

"Ernest L. Williams Jr." <ernesto@ornl.gov> writes:
> My question was very simple but all I get is pointers to the
> documentation. So now, a consultant is the answer, hmmm?

Yup. You read the documentation, it didn't help you, so now you need
someone to spend some time on it with you. That's what consultants

> What I need to do was simply done in CVS. I just asked for a
> translation of the following:

Right. If someone had done this work for you by posting the answer,
then I wouldn't be suggesting a consultant. However, since no one has
done the work for free, you might need to pay for it.

I hadn't thought this would be a controversial proposition :-).

> Can the above e done simply in SVN, if so provide an example?

Yes, it can be done simply, but not so simply that I (or, apparently,
anyone else here) is going to do it for no charge.

I'm not trying to tell you how the world should work, I'm merely
pointing out how it seems to be working right now.


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