|Subject:||Re: manage concurrent development (was: email settings for sending mail on checkin of files, )|
|Date:||Thu, 22 Jun 2006 10:52:46 -0500|
Aaron Bono wrote:
> May I ask what you are doing with this email? I can't think of a
> reason to myself and am very interested in new and innovative ways
> people manage concurrent development.
Well, I just configured "loginfo" to this effect and I find it useful to
have CVS mail a message to certain developers when a new revision of a
file is committed.
I think it gives a nice overview of who commits what. Running a nifty
mail reader you can also do all kind of interesting search queries (for
users, files, commit message,...). It's also a kind of active (push)
service e.g. when someone is waiting for a certain fix to be commited.
What I don't like about "loginfo" is that it does not group commit
emails but sends one per directory.
I like to know what alternatives exist that help to keep an eye on
commits and how to track grouped changes. What do you recommend?
Something like Mozilla's Tinderbox?
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