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答复: Can SVN pull request same as GIT?

From: Nathan <qianhaiyuan_at_hikvision.com>
Date: Mon, 3 Dec 2018 03:22:25 +0000

In the past, we used another way to implement functions similar to pull requests:

We make a pre-commit code review like this ( we named it as Force Review):

1.Before developer commit code, user can use ForceReview command to create an online code review. ForceReview command is a tool to upload patches and start review .

   It can work at working copy, command like this : ForceReview @ReviewerA @ReviewerB -m ${Subject}

2.Reviewer review the code , and complete it. In fact , user will change his code and iterative pre-commit review.

3.When code review completed, developer can use code review ID to commit his code. One ID can only commit his code one time.

SVN use a pre-commit to make sure the code has code reviewed:

1.First we will define which code need to code review. We use regular expression to match those code.


2.Then pre-commit script will get the code review ID in log message. And to determine if the code is allowed to be commit.


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发件人: Daniel Shahaf [mailto:danielsh_at_apache.org]
发送时间: 2018年12月2日 0:07
收件人: users_at_subversion.apache.org
抄送: 钱海远(Nathan)
主题: Re: Can SVN pull request same as GIT?

Nico Kadel-Garcia wrote on Sat, 01 Dec 2018 09:25 -0500:

> On Sat, Dec 1, 2018 at 4:00 AM Stefan Sperling <stsp_at_elego.de> wrote:

> > Note that we use such a workflow in SVN itself: When we backport changes

> > to stable branches and a merge conflict occurs, we prepare a branch.

> > Voting happens in a file called STATUS, and once the change is approved,

> > a bot known as 'svn-role' will merge it. See the log here for example:

> > http://svn.apache.org/viewvc/subversion/branches/1.11.x/STATUS


> But that is a branch, with its changes recorded in the single upstream

> repository. There is no split brain between repositories to resolve.

Yes, that's exactly the point. The easiest way to implement a "pull

request" workflow in Subversion is to use multiple branches within

a single repository.

At the data model level, pull requests are feature branches. The

differences are in the surrounding social patterns and in tooling built

around the "pull request - review - merge" workflow. Such tooling could

be implemented on top of Subversion 1.1.0 (sic), and has been.

> The identity, contents, and order of every individual change is there

> already. Resolving that with the individual changes and change history

> of another repository is.... well, that's where I'd expect life to get

> both difficult and dangerous.

Using multiple repositories and porting commits between them amounts to

implementing a DVCS (such as git-svn) on top of Subversion. However, as

several people already pointed out, there's no need to be distributed in

order to support pull requests. One only needs to be able to pass

patches around; branches achieve that.




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