One of the least discussed features of Subversion is the post-commit hook, or really any of the built-in hooks that Subversion offers. These hooks are executed at a variety of different times, and the one I’m focusing on is the one that is executed just after you commit changes to the repository.
Keith Casey mentioned to me one day that he could turn on “commit messages” and I inquired as to what this was. He explained that he could have Subversion mail him every time someone committed to a repository. Being someone who works with others, I thought I’d give it a shot.
Sunday, August 17th, 2008 @ 10:11 pm |
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Categories: Version Control
Tags: communication, PHP, subversion, Usability