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Re: Question on log-commit.py script

From: Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2007b_at_ryandesign.com>
Date: 2007-04-27 18:33:57 CEST

On Apr 27, 2007, at 11:03, David Tyler wrote:

> In the sample post-commit hook there is a call to log-commit.py. I
> am assuming that this script logs all commits to a file. Up to
> now, I have used a script I created for CVS that logged all commit
> messages to a file. This file has proven very useful in searching
> for specific changes for example when I need to look up all changes
> for Issue number 1234 as referenced in the CVS comment.
> Unfortunately I am unable to find this log-commit.py script. Does
> it exist, and if so, does it log commit messages as described
> above? I have searched the web and the Subversion site for
> information on this script, but have been unable to find any.

log-commit.py does not exist; it's just a hypothetical example.

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