Is there any possibility to block SVN commits until it get reviewed and approved by Atlassian Crucible code reviewers ? I want to do something similar to Gerrit but using SVN, i heard that it can't be done with centralized control version systems, if it were for me i'd rather move to Git, but is there some alternative solution ?
I thought about creating a pre-commit patch review and then making the SVN pre-commit hook call this REST resource using cURL / wget in order to search for reviews which include a particular file from the pre-commit patch, iterate over the results, and then:
I believe this would work perfectly to you, but while investigating this I've discovered that the REST resource does not return reviews based on files from pre-commit patches. It only returns reviews based on revisions that have already been committed.
I have created an improvement request in our development issue tracker in order to make that REST resource include reviews based on files from pre-commit patches:
Feel free to vote for the issue and/or leave a comment to describe your use-case in more detail. It will help our development team to build a solution that meets your needs.
If you want to know more about how we prioritise feature requests, take a look at our policy.
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Thanks in advance!
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