[Kde-scm-interest] commit filter + git
ian.monroe at gmail.com
Sat Jul 25 15:54:09 CEST 2009
On Sat, Jul 25, 2009 at 7:14 AM, Albert Astals Cid<aacid at kde.org> wrote:
> A Divendres, 24 de juliol de 2009, Boyd Stephen Smith Jr. va escriure:
>> In <fb3727060907241245o1f727101geeb2ebcf6c6fe44d at mail.gmail.com>, Casey
>> >I've begun receiving emails from commit filter lately with git commits
>> >that cannot easily be sorted with automatic email filters.
>> >Before the git switch a typical commit filter email would have the
>> >path of the commit in the subject line, like so:
>> >Subject: extragear/multimedia/amarok/src
>> >However, after the git switch, subjects look something like this:
>> >736144d Fix small regression in the fading code caused by
>> >Is there anything we can do about this?
>> I'm working under an assumption that the email are coming from a
>> post-commit hook and aren't some sort of RSS -> email gateway. I am not
>> clear on the final solution for that.
>> It would require updating the post-commit hook in the git repository.
>> Since we are using gitorious, I think we have to engage their
>> administrators to have it updated.
> Reason N for why having things under our control is better, you don't have to
> depend on people that may or may not see the urgence of your patch to fix
Except I had fixed it before it was asked to be fixed (just no commit
messages were made in the mean time, so Casey didn't know it was fixed
The 'update' hook system is on an account about 7 people have access
to. And its not a long-term solution, since gitorious will ideally
setup some sort of standard way to do hooks.
Anyways the format of the kde-commit message are precisely the sort of
details that Amarok switched early to sort out.
Btw, we have a need for a BUG: Bugzilla hook. Anyone should feel free
to send one to me, I'll set it up. :)
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