[Bioperl-l] Take 2 of the new subversion repository.

aaron.j.mackey at gsk.com aaron.j.mackey at gsk.com
Tue Jul 10 13:20:15 EDT 2007

George, this is all very nice to finally have, thank you for your efforts!

Any chance that the diff-as-attachment vs. diffs-inline question can be 
different for each subscriber?  The utility of the "guts" mailing list (to 
me) is that it's an encyclopedia of browsable, skimmable, and searchable 
diffs, not just a date-stamped record of diffs (if so, why provide an 
attachment at all, just provide a URL to the diff in the respository).

Thanks again,


bioperl-l-bounces at lists.open-bio.org wrote on 07/10/2007 12:50:31 PM:

> Jason Stajich writes:
>  > [...]
>  > Do you know how to have svn commit messages generate summary emails 
>  > as well?
> I've made a local installation of the SVN::Notify bits in my home
> directory and set up its notification script.  If folks are happy with
> it then I'll work on getting The Powers That Be to do a real install
> and we'll use it for the real repository.
> It's currently configured to include diffs inline in the message.  I
> prefer them as an attachment, but the current configuration of the
> bioperl-guts-l list stalls messages w/ attachments and requires admin
> intervention.  I have a support@ request going on it and will change
> it if/when we get the issue resolved.
> So, to review:
>    svn+ssh://dev.open-bio.org/home/hartzell/bioperl_take2/
> is the top of the repository and
>    svn co svn+ssh://dev.open-bio.
> org/home/hartzell/bioperl_take2/bioperl-live/trunk 
> will get you the main branch of bioperl-live.
> Remember that the repository is transient, don't put anything
> important in there....
> Have at it, but remember that the entire world will see your commit
> messages.
> g.
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