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Re: Hooks about change log and create privilege

From: Karl Fogel <kfogel_at_red-bean.com>
Date: 2007-07-11 07:59:39 CEST

"Dong Jiwei" <dongjiwei@keithley.com> writes:
> I want to write hooks to do the following things,
> 1. To insert the log information into the committed script,
> just like the auto substitution of the keywords.
> For example, I modified a shell script, and commit
> with log message: ?Fix the bug when inserting rows into table
> oe_order_headers_all, SR number is 35467?,

> I want this message be inserted into the shell
> script file after the $ChangeLog$ keywords. Just as the old version control
> tool RCS do.

Subversion cannot do this automatically for you. But as a workaround,
why don't you just insert the log data into the script yourself, when
you commit? (You could even write something on the client side to
extract it from there and use it as the log message at commit time.)


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