PATCH: Add FIXED-IN keyword support to commit messages.
Rolf Eike Beer
kde at opensource.sf-tec.de
Thu May 6 07:08:18 BST 2010
Michael Pyne wrote:
> 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.
What about allowing multiple versions, separated by commas? It may have been
fixed for example in both branch and trunk. Something like
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