Some days ago I wrote a post about “SVN commit notification” which uses a perl script for sending commit notification with svn diff by mail. In this mail you can find svn diff from the last committed revision. I used to love this mail, soon I realized that it is a bit ugly and difficult … Continue reading Ruby Script for SVN commit notification with log message, list of updated files and readable colored SVN Diff
If you wish you can get notification right into your inbox when a team member commits the code. This mail will contain list of files added/deleted along with the svn diff of files that are modified. This needs some extra efforts to setup, but once it is setup it is very helpful. This can be … Continue reading Get svn commit notification right into your inbox by using svn hook post-commit
I am just wondering if svn is really atomic. Actually some days ago I freezed rails and tried to commit but due to some network problem the commit process failed. And then I found some of those files under version control, which should not be there if snv is atomic. I tried many times to … Continue reading Is SVN really atomic?