PATCH: Add FIXED-IN keyword support to commit messages.

Michael Pyne mpyne at
Thu May 6 02:49:22 BST 2010

Hi all,

I noticed today that b.k.o supports marking what version that a particular bug 
is fixed in. It would be nice to be able to include this when the bug is being 
marked as fixed instead of updating that separately.

To that end I have a patch for the post commit hook for SVN (in kde-common). 
Now obviously I have not been able to test this, and I'm *guessing* on the 
Bugzilla meta-data field that actually tracks this (should be in the fielddefs 
table, but I don't have access to that either ;)

The patch would add a "FIXED-IN: foo" keyword that if present would mark foo 
(which I have as a digit followed by digits and/or periods (.)) as the version 
that the particular bug was fixed in.

This change would only be made if the commit had a BUG or FEATURE entry, and 
would be made to *every* such bug that was fixed.


 - Michael Pyne
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