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Re: Commitinfo examples

From: Donald Sharp
Subject: Re: Commitinfo examples
Date: Thu, 20 Nov 2003 08:03:48 -0500
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This is a small problem.  Although I would turn it around and create
a wrapper script that the users would need to run to commit.  Part 
of this wrapper script would gather the changes and run whatever
'process' you want around the about to be committed files.

On Thu, Nov 20, 2003 at 04:25:32AM -0800, address@hidden wrote:
> I'm trying to deal with some users who habitually commit "useless" changes
> to files.  By "useless" I mean whitespace changes at the front and end of
> line, changing the position of curly-braces, etc.  While I would love to
> flog these people I've been told it would be bad for morale.  My managers
> want me to find a way to enforce, through CVS, some basic coding
> standards.
> We run CVS 1.11.5 (willing to upgrade) pserver on an old Solaris 5.6 box.
> I looked through the code for commit_prep in the contrib directory and
> understand it, but it looks like it is designed to run in the local
> directory.   This may be a problem since we use pserver (behind a firewall
> on a secure sub-network).
> So...  Am I reading the commit_prep script wrong?  Would it work over
> pserver?  If so I could use it as a base for what I'm looking for.  If not
> is there any way to do what I'm looking for over pserver?
> -- David Fuller
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