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Offtopic? commit-email.pl usage question.

From: k bah <kbah_at_linuxmail.org>
Date: Mon, 9 Mar 2009 18:51:20 -0300


 I need to have all mails from all projects sent to some address, and mails related to one given project on my repository to be sent just to other e-mail, as I read on some other message on the list I should:

--- post-commit:
/usr/share/subversion/hook-scripts/commit-email.pl "$REPOS" "$REV" -m "trunk/ProjectFoo" --from svn_at_company.net commit.svn.projectfoo_at_company.net -m . --from svn_at_company.net commit.svn_at_company.net

 From the example given on the message it should work like this:
 - all commits go to commit.svn_at_company.net
 - all commits to ProjectFoo go to commit.svn.projectfoo_at_company.net
 Is this right? I call commit-email.pl just once, with all args?
 This commit-email.pl came with Ubuntu 7.10 (subversion-tools  1.4.4dfsg1-1ubuntu3)
 I have 1 repository with several projects
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