[Kde-scm-interest] commit filter + git

Chani chanika at gmail.com
Sat Jul 25 23:16:14 CEST 2009

On July 25, 2009 05:33:48 Jeff Mitchell wrote:
> Albert Astals Cid wrote:
> >> 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 things.
> Maybe if Boyd's claims were true, but they're not.
> First off, there's a flag in the email called X-Commit-Directories that
> has the old SVN location in it that you could use to filter if you wanted.
> Second, you can have git log spit out what directories were committed
> to. In fact, it will tell you *all* directories that were committed to,
> and what percentage of commmits/changes went into which directories. You
> could then either take the path with the highest percentage or find a
> common basename and put that in the subject (along with the repo for
> identification):

third, the gitorious guys are on our side; they're not distant anonymous 
administrators, they're a couple of guys sitting in the trolltech office eager 
to help us. :)

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