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Automatic replacement on commit

From: Matthieu BROUILLARD <matthieu.brouillard_at_agfa.com>
Date: Mon, 8 Sep 2008 14:14:47 +0200

Hi everybody,


In my company we were used to manage our source files with Clearcase.

We want to migrate under subversion, but actually we are missing a
functionality that we need.


For some files, there is an automatic replacement that is done before
commit (with a perl script on the Clearcase server).


This automatic replacement is a "version" generation in the header of
the file (Ex: 8.4 then next commit 8.5 ...).

This meta-information is used in some process for our software (in fact
DB management with an applicative versioning of the DB


Is there a way to handle this with Subversion?

* Using directly subversion and the keyword replacement mechanism,
* Using an apache mod,
* Using something else?


Thank you for your help.


Cordialement, best regards,


Team Manager CIS
Agfa HealthCare Enterprise Solutions
<http://www.agfa.com/en/he/index.jsp> HIS-CIS Business Unit
T: +33 5 57 77 55 69 (internal: 470)
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matthieu.brouillard_at_agfa.com <mailto:matthieu.brouillard_at_agfa.com>

Received on 2008-09-08 17:44:46 CEST

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