> -----Original Message-----
> From: Garrett McGrath [mailto:gmcgrath@Princeton.EDU]
> Sent: vendredi, 15. décembre 2006 17:09
> To: 'Duncan Murdoch'; firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: RE: Determining when a file has been copied
> Alternatively you 'might' be able to write a hook script
> that does this for
> you when the file is checked out. I don't know anything abou the hook
> script system thou, but it's a possible direction.
No, there is no possibility to set a hook on checkouts.
On commit yes. But for my point of view, keep all these copy informations with hooks is a huge work (and is not a safe way at all)
I will repeat what I answered in an other thread on the 15.11.2006:
% -----Original Message-----
% From: Méresse Christophe [mailto:email@example.com]
% Sent: mercredi, 15. novembre 2006 10:28
% To: firstname.lastname@example.org
% Subject: RE: Re: Subversion vs CVS for document files% > -----Original Message-----
% > From: Duncan Murdoch [mailto:email@example.com]
% > Sent: mardi, 14. novembre 2006 21:41
% > To: John Rouillard
% > Cc: firstname.lastname@example.org
% > Subject: Re: Subversion vs CVS for document files
% > The problem is that the current svn log
% > attaches no information to the source of the copy, only to the
% > destination. It would be nice if you could look at the log of a file
% > and see where it was copied *to*, as well as where it was
% > copied *from*.
% How happy I am when I read this ! That's for my point of view THE point
% that should be developped to make subversion the perfect tool.
% Currently there is no good possibility for the GUI tools to construct the
% revision graph of an element and that's really a pity.
% No way either to just get all the tags of a particular version, all the tags of
% an element, all the branches of an element, or to ask subversion for
% "the last tag on a branch" for instance.
% How great it could become with the thing you are pointing out!
I realy can't understand why everybody seem to turn a blind eye to this feature hole in SVN...
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Received on Fri Dec 15 19:03:47 2006