[Laszlo-dev] svn process question
P T Withington
ptw at openlaszlo.org
Wed Jun 7 06:46:55 EDT 2006
I think we could have a little script that read the files list out of
a review message and checked those in, no? So when you create your
review message, it will put all the files in that are changed, but
you can edit out the ones you don't want to check in, then rather
than `svn ci`, we have a script `svn-checkin <message>` that reads
the filelist out of the checkin message. Similarly, we could make
svn-makechangepackage take a review message as an argument and only
use the files in the message.
On 2006-06-06, at 21:08 EDT, Benjamin Shine wrote:
> Svn is not designed for this sort of thing to be easily available.
> There is not, as far as I can tell, a particularly easy way of doing
> A few things work:
> list the files that you want to commit:
> $ svn commit -m "Just a little change" tiny.lzx
> Only commit changes in this directory and its children
> $ cd $LPS_HOME
> $ vim build.xml (do stuff)
> $ cd WEB-INF
> $ (do stuff inside WEB-INF)
> $ svn commit -m "Only web-inf stuff."
> There are almost certainly other ways but I don't know them yet.
> On Jun 6, 2006, at 3:17 PM, Henry Minsky wrote:
>> In Perforce, I am accustomed to having a bunch of crud checked out
>> and modified, which I don't
>> intend to commit with my changesets.
>> In svn, if I have some stuff tweaked, like build.xml files and so
>> forth, and I don't want to commit them
>> with my real changes, what is the best way to do that?
>> Henry Minsky
>> Software Architect
>> hminsky at laszlosystems.com
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