Some tools such at replication need the ability to change various subversion properties. By default subversion does not allow this because it is not a tracked change. You may be told that the “pre-reveprop-change” hook needs to be created or something similar. To allow this choose Property changes from the Action menu of the repository. […]
A very typical workflow is to notify a list of individuals via email every time a commit is performed. To do this choose Email on commit from the Action menu. Enter a list of comma separated emails to be notified and click Change.
To require your users to supply a commit message choose Require commit message from the Action menu of the repository. Enter a message to be displayed to the users if they don’t provide a commit message and click Change.
You can now have every subversion commit message added to specific Bugzilla issues. You do this by specifying the bug number in the commit message with the word “bug” or “issue” just before it. For example: This commit fixes issue 145 by fixing the CSS. The integration will look up Bugzilla issue 145 and add a […]
You can now have every subversion commit message added to specific JIRA issues. You do this by specifying the project ID and the issue number in the commit message with the word “bug” or “issue” just before it. For example: This commit fixes issue PROJ1-145 by fixing the CSS. The integration will look up JIRA […]
You can now have every subversion commit be sent to a Slack channel. Here is how to get started: First enable the Subversion integration in Slack. Go to <yourslack>.slack.com/services/new/subversion Create or choose a channel where commits will be posted Copy the Token Click Save Integration Go to https://devzing.com/login Click the Subversion menu Click Action for the repository you […]
Have you ever wanted to integrate your Subversion repository with your MantisBT so that your Subversion commit messages update the bug(s) they relate to? This article will describe this feature and how to enable it on your devZing account. Some of the features are: The ability to link changesets to issues and the users that created […]
devZing Subversion repositories can inform other systems that a commit happened via a “webhook”. This is a simple HTTP GET to a URL that you provide. To configure the webhook choose Simple webhook on commit from the Action menu for the repository. Enter the URL and click Change. Note that the webhook will only be […]