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svn thread ?

Postby Pompei2 » Fri Jul 06, 2007 11:54

I would really like to have a thread in the forum where you always add a post when you commit something to svn, telling the revision and the changes you commited. Can/Will you do this ?

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Postby scriptkid » Fri Jul 06, 2007 18:15

Hi,

i don't know about the other teammembers, but i always add a log to my commits. Do you reguraly see updates without comments? That would be no good..

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Re: svn thread ?

Postby ldb » Fri Jul 06, 2007 19:45

Pompei2 wrote:I would really like to have a thread in the forum where you always add a post when you commit something to svn, telling the revision and the changes you commited. Can/Will you do this ?


i noticed if you subscribe to the cegui mailing list from sourceforge (Crayzedsgui-cvsmk2 Digest), you will receive a list of svn activity in your mail.
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Postby Pompei2 » Fri Jul 06, 2007 23:01

ahh ok, I didn't know about this mailing list, this is exaclty the thing i was looking for.

I'm not an expert to svn, i know how to commit and update, that's basically all. I don't know how to see the comments of what the last "svn up" updated, you know what i mean ? maybe someone who knows could tell me ?

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Postby scriptkid » Sat Jul 07, 2007 09:03

Okay i see. When if you use a tool like Tortoise, you can click the 'show log' button after the update completes. From the commandline i think it's just 'svn log'.

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Postby Pompei2 » Sat Jul 07, 2007 11:22

ahh yes I see, it's that simple :) thank you !


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