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RE: Using Subversion as an extension to Gemini

From: Steven Higgan <steven_at_kognition.co.nz>
Date: 2007-05-17 06:45:44 CEST

I won't comment on Gemini as a issue management solution, however you can integrate subversion into Gemini via a post-commit hook that calls Gemini's web-service.

Doing this you can 'link' a commit to a issue within Gemini.

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From: Curtis Dunn [mailto:Curtis.Dunn@toyoda-na.com]
Sent: Friday, 11 May 2007 5:59 a.m.
To: users@subversion.tigris.org
Subject: Using Subversion as an extension to Gemini

I am trying to get our company switched over to Subversion for better source control and backup methods.  The IT group mentioned that they are planning on installing gemini to help with project issue tracking.  I really don't know much about gemini but I read in the manual that it has source control integration and claims to work with CVSNT and "most of the source control systems."  So I assume that it would probably work with Subversion too.  But has anyone ever actually used a setup like this and could comment on how well it worked?

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