[Amportal-devel] Re: Amportal-devel digest, Vol 1 #510 - 14

So if I do a commit and it comes back with revision 1817 at the time of the commit, and then I update the bug and write r1817, and then subsequently click on r1817 - it will show the wrong revision? Meaning I should have written r1818?
 
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Subject:  [Amportal-devel] Re: Amportal-devel digest, Vol 1 #507 - 16
From: “Bentley” <[email protected]>
Date: Tue,  2 May 2006 13:49:11 -0600
To: [email protected]
Reply-To: [email protected]

Bentley wrote:

[quote] On Tuesday 02 May 2006 08:19, Philippe Lindheimer wrote:

  SUGGESTION TO EVERYONE:

    When we commit and it addresses something in a specific bug (or set of
  bugs), let’s put the bug number(s) in the commit message as well as putting
  the Rev number (Change Set number) in the ticket(s) that we close.

FYI: Trac will turn revision numbers and ticket numbers into links if
formatted like:

r1734
#701

Ryan

[/quote]

One other think I should mention is that the revision numbers in Trac are always 1 ahead of the
actual revision number.  I’m not sure there is a way around this.

I use SVK to mirror the sf.net svn repo locally:

http://svk.elixus.org/

When SVK pulls changes, it does something like:

svk sync //amportal

Syncing https://svn.sourceforge.net/svnroot/amportal
Retrieving log information from 1815 to 1815
Committed revision 1816 from revision 1815.

… so r1815 in sf.net svn is saved as r1816 locally.  Very frustrating.  I went on #svk irc today
in search of a solution.  The only response was “there’s no easy solution”.  [sigh].

Ryan

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