RepoGuard is a software development tool which assists in a software project. Essentially, it is used to automatically perform checks on commit time to ensure that source code changes meet defined coding standards. On basis of the results, it can trigger other development tools like issue trackers or continuous integration systems and provide fe…
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RepoGuard is a framework for Subversion commit hooks in order to
implement checks of the to be committed files before they are committed.
For example, you can check for the code style or unit tests. The output
of the checks can be send by email or be written into a file or simply
print to the console.


 * Python: 2.4, 2.5, 2.6, 2.7

The following requirements can be automatically resolved by the setup script.
 * RepoGuard core dependencies:
  * configobj >= 4.6.0
  * setuptools >=0.6
 * Pylint check dependencies (for Python 2.4 compatibility, otherwise a greater version can be used as well):
   * pylint<=0.21.3
   * logilab-astng<=0.20.3
   * logilab-common<=0.52
 * Mantis check and handler dependencies:
   * suds >= 0.4
 * Experimental BuildBot handler dependencies:
   * twisted >= 8.1.0

Installation options:
You can set the following environment variables before you install RepoGuard:
 * REPOGUARD_CONFIG_HOME: Set this variable to the path which should contain the default configuration files. The default is "~/.repoguard" on Windows and "/usr/local/share/repoguard" on Linux platforms.
 * REPOGUARD_DEBUG: Set this variable to any value to install RepoGuard in debug mode. I.e., it is installed the "repoguard-debug" executable to allow a parallel installation of RepoGuard for test purposes. 

You have the following installation options:
 * Install from source:
  * Download the source package from
  * tar -xf repoguard-x.y.z.tar / unzip
  * cd repoguard-x.y.z
  * python install # Ensures that configobj and setuptools (provides the easy_install command) is installed
  * To automatically install the Mantis / BuildBot dependencies see below.
 * Install with easy_install from PyPi
  * Core installation: easy_install repoguard
  * Install with Mantis support: easy_install repoguard[mantis]
  * Install with BuildBot support: easy_install repoguard[buildbot]

 * Install with pip from PyPi
  * Core installation: pip install repoguard
  * Install with Mantis support: pip install repoguard[mantis]
  * Install with BuildBot support: pip install repoguard[buildbot]