SVN get the last commit message offline
Is there a way to get the last commit message without access to the repo?
svn log --limit 1 tries to connect to the repo.
EDIT: I have credentials setup and using them to check out the source.
What I'm trying to achieve, is to get Jenkins triggering another job depending on the commit message, i.e. if it contains the string "#build" start job X. My attempt was to parse it in a Shell Build Step and execute a job depending on its outcome. But since I don't have anonymous access to the repo and don't want to embed credentials in the shell script, I have no idea how to achieve this.
Next would be git..
I'm using TortoiseSVN and get the error when trying to edit my old posts as below snapshot. How would I get it editable?
I try: git log -n 1 --pretty=format:%H --remotes=upstream/master but it returns last commit from another branch and another remote if I do git log -n 1 --pretty=format:%H --remotes=upstream it retur
A user is allowed to attach text log on svn commit. Is there a way to see that text message in emacs specifically in psvn mode? Thank you
I've been searching Google and cannot find anything on this error. Here is the full error: git commit -m update ui INVALID COMMIT MSG: does not match type scope: subject ! was: update ui Note:
I am working on C++ project under SVN version control. Here is my typical workflow: do some changes in working copy build & test project commit After last step all timestamps of commited files a
I typically use VIM for almost everything coding-related. I have configured my environment so Subversion opens VIM to edit the commit message when I execute svn commit. If I close VIM without saving t
Is there a way to do a selective commit from command-line? I would like to commit some, but not all of the modified files. I'm thinking in the lines of parsing the output of svn status.
i see that all I can set to is %repos% and %txn% how can I use those to get to the commit message (in my case, so i can parse out the ticket number so i can see if it exists in the bug database before
I am developing, chat application for android using ejabberd as XMPP server. I want to send GCM push notification, when user is offline. For that I am creating new module in ejabberd, registerd offlin
I was working in default, but thought to be working in another branch. I commited, but didn't push. Now I want to change branches and commit the changes to another branch, but also dont want the commi
I am currently working on a project about calculations.I have done the main part of my project,Also integrated SVN Commit function to my code (using .ini file to read the specific address etc. ) I can
So here's a REALLY odd one that i've never seen before. When ever I commit with an un-escaped exclamation point I get a really odd message... git commit -am New stuff! the result is something like.
I have already asked in their forums (, ) but I don't seem to get an answer there. It seems that the official Lastfm SVN (svn://svn.audioscrobbler.net/clientside/Last.fm) is not updated anymore
I've made some experimental code that I would like to save in the repository, but I don't want it on the main branch. How would you commit this to a branch? Maybe I got this wrong, but of what I've un
Is there some way how to commit into the SVN repository with old time / date or how to edit the time / date post commit? I have some archived sources which are very old, way before I have started usin
How can I commit a single artifact like a file or a directory to an arbitrary location in a svn repository in the deploy lifecycle phase? With repository I mean a plain Subversion repository here, not
I have found various examples of how to revert an svn commit like svn merge -r [current_version]:[previous_version] [repository_url] or svn merge -c -[R] . but neither of them seems to work. I tri
I have a svn which I access by Tortoise svn. I would like to get all my messages (1000+) from my 'commits', is this possible without using the repobrowser and copy/paste all of then one by one?
Decided to take the jump from CVS to SVN. I setup a new repository in subclipse for my project. When I go to 'Finish' the setup it wants to do an initial commit and presents me with a flat list of fil
I have a folder which is a checkout of a SVN repository. The files in this folder are changed very often, new files get created and old files are deleted. How can I easily commit all changes in the re
I edited some files in svn, like this: $svn st M a M b ... Now, I want to commit my changes to svn, for some reason, I don't want to commit file b, is there any quick way or command to ignore the mod
I'm doing some offline development on my SVN working copy. Since I won't have access to the SVN repository for a while, I wanted to use Bazaar as a helper version control to keep the intermediate comm
which is the best way to integrate a task that should be done on a svn server when a specific repository receives a commit? Brief explanation: I would like to build a JAR application from a java proje
We have the svn plugin for jira installed, and I was wondering if there's any way, using the jira advanced search, to search for parts of the commit message or the user who committed something?
I would like to check commit message before git commit. I use pre-commit hook to do that, but couldn't find the way to get commit message in .git/pre-commit script. How could I get it?
Is there a simple way through the Eclipse UI to get a history of svn commits? I don't mean on specific files/folders, but in general to see the last commit (including the comment and what project/file
svn commit failed form me with the following error: user@host> svn commit svn: Commit failed (details follow): svn: Can't open file '/home/.svn/entries': Input/output error Now, the first problem
I'd like to find a last (newest) Git commit that is not a merge commit. (Let's say we just check the commit message, and if it doesn't start with Merge then we assume commit is not a merge - is there
Beating my head against a wall here for a day trying to get post commit hooks work so I can add refs/ close tickets in trac from an SVN commit. I used the bitnami trac stack to install and am fairly h
I need get the SVN commit message in post-commit hook bat in Windows, so I do this: FOR /F tokens=* %%a in ('svnlook log %1 -r %2') do @SET MSG=%%a I test it, it's ok for most case. but, when I i
I would like to ask about SVN checkout with respect to Android. If I commit the project and in that project I do not commit the /bin what will be the pros and cons related to this. What is the best pr
I'm having a problem with my Xcode I set my svn settings in the account settings seems to connect just fine then I want go to the project I want to commit to the server when I click on source control
I have a project that I am building with Netbeans 6.1 and I am using SVN. I deleted some files on the local machine then attempted to commit my changes to th SVN repository. The commit fails with the
git commit opens the text editor and displays some information about the changes to be committed: # Please enter the commit message for your changes. Lines starting # with '#' will be ignored, and an
How can I get the last Commit from the current Head? I guess I need to get the current Branch (repo.Head), then the SHA1 (how?) and then lookup the commit using the SHA1 (how?).
Edit Made this basic hook to prevent branch name & commit message bugID mismatches. https://gist.github.com/2583189 So basically the idea is that the hook should append BugID:xyz to the end of
How can I take the output of the svn --xml list command, and use PowerShell to transform this into a table sorted by commit datetime? I use this command to output a summary of each file in my working
I'm trying to debug an svn start-commit script, but I can't appear to get the value of USER. #!/bin/sh USER=$2 if [ $USER = test ]; then exit 0; fi I am using a linux account where echo $USER
Is there a way to configure the SVN client to use a descriptive full name for the user making a commit instead of the log-in user name? I found that default configuration file that is being used by th
I have just a master branch in my git repo. I commited a change to my file yesterday night: git add filename git commit -m 'my message' This morning I was making some more changes that later I wanted
I need to commit my changes to repository, but on this laptop (svn configurations) I'm not default user. How can I set my login and password as default in svn config? OS_X 10.9 svn, version 1.7.10 (r1
I have files with noviembre as a prefix and I want to commit all of them at once. I tried this command: svn commit noviembre*.doc --message deleted. I can do them 1 by 1 or add all the files names i
Scenario: An binary file needs a svn lock to modify. To modify, the file was first locked, modified, and then while committing, cancelled the commit using the Cancel button. Due to some reason, dele
What's the command line way to get the commit messages for a given revision?
In my chat application I want to get the offline messages when the user signs in ( if anybody has sent him messages) . I am getting the notifications when the user is in online state and not able to g
I know this question has been asked earlier, and I am sorry to ask it again, I tried to implement a pre-commit hook, but was unable to do so. This compelled me to ask this question. I have SVN tortois
I created a branch in subversion by copying the trunk directory. But now when I commit changes to the branch I get this warning message: Your working copy points to ... which appears to be a tag! You
When I perform a commit in SVN w Tortoise it displays a message box for me to enter my log message. I then click 'ok' and away it goes to perform the actual commit. The window to enter the log message
I come from an SVN background so I'm not sure what the typical git workflow looks like. When you merge in SVN, you provide a commit message describing the merge. This is necessary because SVN's merge-
When I commit something to SVN, should I update first my local copy, or the merging is automatically done ? In other words, should I always update before committing, or can I just commit ? thanks