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Creating a complex tag with the list of files changed necessary for a bug correction

From: Miguel Rentes <miguel.rentes_at_efacec.pt>
Date: Tue, 26 Aug 2008 14:34:27 +0100

Hi everyone!


I was thinking of creating a tag that had the complete list of files I
had to change in order to do a bug correction on the software I'm
currently working on. Once I had changed some files and tested
everything, I want to create a tag after a commit with the complete
directories or files I had to change.

My question is just this one: what is the simplest way to do this?

I've thought on this problem and I think the best way to do this is to
create a script (or customize the post-commit hook script) that gets the
list of changed files and creates the tag for me. Has anyone done this
before or have a differente approach?


Best regards,


Miguel Rentes
Software Engineer
www.efacec.pt <http://www.efacec.pt/> 
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e-mail: miguel.rentes_at_efacec.pt <mailto:miguel.rentes_at_efacec.pt> 
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there were words."
Received on 2008-08-26 15:36:20 CEST

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