Subversion force comments to be entered

wanted to force someone to put in comments when they did a commit. So, below you will find what I did to enforce that. (I am sure that there is a more graceful way to do it, but this is how I did it.

With a default install of Fedora Core 4, Apache 2, and Subversion you can follow my example and everything should work fine.

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Make Subversion send an email upon post-commit

ore than a week ago I wrote about getting Subversion running remotely. However, now that I have multiple people using it remotely I want to know when someone commits changes. I have come to find out that this is very simple to do using hooks. However, I did run into a little trouble configuring it. So here are my findings.

With a default install of Fedora Core 4, Apache 2, and Subversion you can follow my example and everything should work fine.

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Getting Subversion working remotely

I was having major problems getting Subversion to work when working remotely. After searching all over the place, I finally found a bunch of fixes that added together was my answer. So I am putting them here all here.

First, I am using the standard install of Fedora Core 4 with Apache 2 and Subversion from the ISO. (Of course you will need to make sure that you have Apache up and running.)

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