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svn pre-commit code review

hello,

So far, I know how to create patch files for pre-commit code review in crucible. But we can still commit the code to svn repository if the code is not reviewed. I want the codes in svn repository are all reviewed. The codes not reviewed can not commit to svn repository. Should I write svn pre-commit hook? Please help me with this problem. Thanks

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Yes, I would write a svn pre-commit hook because that is the only way to handle all different types of clients.

Do you use "grep" in pre-commit.bat to catch the key code review number? Is that review number linked to crucible? Can you show me your pre-commit hook? Thank you very much.

I do not know how to add the link number of crucible in our svn log.

Your use case is not totally clear, but it sounds as you were to check if the commit message contains a code review number.

If that's some formatted expression (like "FOO-123"), then you can automate this with the Commit Policy Plugin. It has a condition that requires the commit message to match a regular expression, and you can use this to enforce entering the expression!

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