|Is there a way to create a pre-commit hook that will reject the commit in case the new revision wont compile?|
| by doctorbigtime in Development Tools & Services|
We would like to implement a policy that will force developers to commit
only changes that will compile.
Is there a way to do such thing
using pre-commit hook? If not, I'll be happy to hear any recommendation or
workaround that will maintain the source integrity.
|Post-commit hook that performs an action only if commit affects the specific path|
| by Micah in Development Tools & Services|
In some cases it's required to perform a post-commit operation only if
some condition is met.
E.g. to send an e-mail only when the
committed revision affects '/tags' directory.
I've searched the web
for such script sample to run in Windows environment and wasn't able to
find any so I had to write it myself.
|mercurial (hg) syntax equivalent of git's “^”, meaning the commit PRIOR to the specified commit|
| by lockdown571 in Programming Languages|
In git, for a given commit X, X^ means the commit prior to X.
Is there an hg equivalent?
|replay the commit history from a specific commit forward on a separate repo|
| by Rhoxed in Development Tools & Services|
I git-svn converted an SVN repo to a git repo. It had 1000 commits. All
that history is in the new git repo, and I've made an additional dozen or
so commits on top of that. However, I wish I'd started fresh, with a simple
git init on the working copy of the SVN repo at its 1000th commit. I have
that working copy to start from, and I can git init it for a new git repo.
However, I'm having troubl
|hg diff -g shows different output between a merge (pre-commit) and the change log (post-commit)|
| by Jesse in Development Tools & Services|
I am using branches in our mercurial repository and have noticed renames
done in separate branches are not shown pre-commit after merging to the
default branch. However after a commit when you issue the
-g command it shows the rename correctly.
snippet shows what I mean. A new repository being created. I create a
single file in default. I then crea
|Is there a tool to see check-ins for all projects in Subversion by commit date and commit person|
| by mikieb in Programming Languages|
I want to know If there are any plug-ins or tools to see the files
commited to the subversion by date and committer.
we are using
subversion. It will be nice, If its like a web app.
suggest If there are any other alternative ways to do this also.
Its for my manager. So cannot be through eclipse. :)
|How to avoid developers to commit without mention the issue on commit message on Github|
| by NextInLine in Development Tools & Services|
At the company I'm working on we've defined a tiny development process
to fit our needs. Before commit, we should mention the issue on the commit
comments. This will trigger some internal hooks on our CI, and will make
the issue available on our beta environment for testing.
project is currently hosted on GitHub, and we have a well configured
Jenkins CI Server too. The doubt is:
|Automatically reload the message left in svn-commit.tmp when retrying a failed commit?|
| by BSim500 in Programming Languages|
this scenario happens to me often: I try to check in
svn commit, but for some reason the commit fails (because
of conflict, locked files or whatnot). My commit message gets stored in
svn-commit.tmp. I fix the problem and try to check in again. I
now have to enter the commit message from scratch. Wouldn't it be great if
svn instead could load the
|How to conditionally send svn commit email, based on commit message keywords?|
| by Joe in Development Tools & Services|
I've got VisualSVN running with svnnotify sending notification email via
post-commit (the common setup), but I'd like to not send email when certain
keywords are included in the commit message, such as "#noemail" or
Anyone have an example of what I can add to
my post-commit hook to look at the commit message and prevent email from
being sent if certain keywords ex
|post-commit-hook.bat (Windows+VisualSVN Server +Trac 0.12) close ticket from commit|
| by dummyadresse in Development Tools & Services|
Windows + VisualSVN Server + Trac 0.12
I want, that tickets
automatic close, when commit text have "close #2" (or other command, all