[PD-dev] cvs-commit list
hans at eds.org
Thu Oct 2 17:30:27 CEST 2003
Only actual commits would trigger an email, not just running 'cvs
commit'. So for example, I just ran cvs2cl on externals/grill to get a
ChangeLog, and this is the volume of messages that would be on the list:
2003-10-01 22:38 xovo
* py/: config-pd-msvc.txt, makefile.pd-msvc, py.vcproj: ""
2003-10-01 22:32 xovo
* flext/changes.txt: ""
2003-09-24 22:41 xovo
* fftease/config-pd-linux.txt, fftease/makefile.pd-linux,
2003-09-24 22:37 xovo
* xsample/config-pd-darwin.txt, xsample/makefile.pd-darwin,
py/config-pd-linux.txt, py/makefile.pd-linux: ""
2003-09-24 22:32 xovo
* flext/: config-pd-darwin.txt, flext.cw, makefile.pd-darwin,
2003-09-23 22:53 xovo
* pool/makefile.pd-linux: ""
2003-09-23 22:48 xovo
* flext/config-pd-linux.txt: ""
2003-09-23 22:39 xovo
* vasp/config-pd-linux.txt, vasp/makefile.pd-linux,
pool/config-pd-linux.txt, pool/makefile.pd-linux: ""
2003-09-23 22:34 xovo
* flext/: changes.txt, config-pd-linux.txt, makefile.pd-linux,
source/flclass.h, source/fllib.cpp, source/flsupport.cpp,
2003-09-18 22:41 xovo
* dyn/dyn.vcproj, vst/readme.txt: ""
That is not high at all. About 15 messages in 2 weeks. If you had
digest mode on, it would be only 3 or 4 messages in 2 weeks. Since its
an separate email list, subscribing is optional, and it would be easy
to filter it to get only the info you want.
It won't add to the load on IEM's server much since it doesn't need to
be archived, all of the info is in CVS.
On Thursday, Oct 2, 2003, at 05:23 America/New_York, Thomas Grill wrote:
> Hi Hans-Christoph,
> i have a script running at my local cvs servers which mirrors the
> to the SF cvs.
> Since i daily change things which then get commited the list would be
> flooded with comments.
> I'm sure that the other developers are equally productive so the mail
> probably has too high a volume.
> Maybe it's better to have a web page somewhere which lists these
> There, things could also be organized or sorted in some way.
> good gain,
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Hans-Christoph Steiner" <hans at eds.org>
> To: <pd-dev at iem.kug.ac.at>
> Sent: Thursday, October 02, 2003 5:51 AM
> Subject: [PD-dev] cvs-commit list
>> I would like to set up a list for all cvs commits. Therefore, every
>> time someone makes a commit to the repository, the commit comments get
>> emailed to the list. Its handy to keep track of who is working on
>> I have the functionality already setup, I just need a list to point it
>> to. IEM seems the logical location since every other list is there,
>> but I can easily set it up on SourceForge too.
>> PD-dev mailing list
>> PD-dev at iem.at
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