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Revision history for Perl extension SVN::Notify
2.49 2005-09-29T17:26:14
- Now require Getopt::Long 2.34 so that the --to-regex-map option works
correctly when it is used only once on the command-line.
2.48 2005-09-06T19:14:35
- Swiched from <span class="add"> and <span class="rem"> to <ins> and
<del> elements in SVN::Notify::HTML::ColorDiff in order to make the
markup more semantic.
2.47 2005-09-03T18:54:43
- Fixed options tests to work correctly with older versions of
Getopt::Long. Reported by Craig McElroy.
- Slick new CSS treatment used for the HTML and HTML::ColorDiff emails.
Based on a patch from Bill Lynch.
- Added "svnweb_url" option. Based on a patch from Ricardo Signes.
2.46 2005-05-05T05:22:54
- Added support for "Copied" files to HTML::ColorDiff so that they
display properly.
2.45 2005-05-04T20:38:18
- Added support for links to the GNATS bug tracking system.
Patch from Nathan Walp.
2.44 2005-03-18T06:10:01
- Fixed Name in POD so that SVN::Notify's POD gets indexed by Reported by Ricardo Signes.
2.43 2004-11-24T18:49:40
- Added "--strip-cx-regex" option to strip out parts of the
context from the subject. Useful for removing parts of the
file names you might not be interested in seeing in every
commit message.
- Added "--no-first-line" option to omit the first sentence or
line of the log message from the subject. Useful in combination
with the "--subject-cx" option.
2.42 2004-11-19T18:47:20
- Changed "Files" to "Paths" in hash returned by "file_label_map()"
since directories can be listed as well as files.
- Fixed SVN::Notify::HTML so that directories listed among the
changed paths are not links.
- Requiring Module::Build 0.26 to make sure that the installation
works properly. Reported by Robert Spier.
2.41 2004-10-21T20:33:25
- Added missing newline between the commit metadata and the log
message in SVN::Notify.
2.40 2004-10-21T19:49:40
- Fixed accessor generation so that accessors created for the
attributes passed to "register_attributes()" but a subclass are
created in the subclass' package instead of in SVN::Notify.
- Changed parsing for JIRA keys to use any set of capital letters
followed by a dash and then a number, rather than the literal
string "JIRA-" followed by a number. Reported by Garrett Rooney.
- Modified the regular expression patterns for the RT, Bugzilla,
RT, and ViewCVS links to properly match on word boundaries, so
that strings like "humbug 12" don't match.
- Modified the ViewCVS link regular expression pattern so that it
matches strings like "rev 12" as well as "revision 12".
- Modified the RT link regular expression pattern so that it
matches strings like "RT-Ticket: 23" as well as "Ticket 1234".
Suggested by Jesse Vincent.
- Added complicated example to try to show off all of the major
features. I will keep this up-to-date going forward in order to
post sample output on the Web.
- Fixed the parsing of log messages so that empty lines are no
longer eliminated.
- HTML::ColorDiff now properly handles the listing of binary files
in the diff, marking them with a new class, "binary", and using
the same CSS as is used for the "propset" class.
- In HTML::ColorDiff, Fixed CSS for the "delfile" class to properly
wrap it in a border like the other files in the diff.
- Added labels to the HTML::ColorDiff diff file sections to indicate
the type of change ("Modified", "Added", "Deleted", or "Property
- Moved the "rt_url", "bugzilla_url", and "jira_url" parameters from
SVN::Notify::HTML to SVN::Notify, where they are used to add URLs
to the text version of log messages.
2.30 2004-10-19T05:20:02
- Added "register_attributes()" class method so that subclasses can
easily specify their own attributes and the corresponding command-
line options. This method will also create accessors for such
- Moved the command-line option parsing to the new "get_options()"
class method, so options specified via the "register_attributes()"
class method can centrally be parsed from the command-line.
- Removed the deprecated "format" option and parameter to new().
- Added the "language" attribute to specify the language of the
message, file names, and file contents.
- Added the "linkize" attribute to SVN::Notify::HTML. When this
attribute is set to a true value, URLs and email addresses in the
log message will be turned into links.
- Added new "bugzilla_url", "jira_url", and "rt_url" attributes to
SVN::Notify. If present, these URLs will be used to create
links from certain strings in the log message.
- Changed the "viewcvs_url" attribute to require an "%s" format
for the placement of the revision number to match the way the
new URL attributes work. As an interim measure, SVN::Notify will
append what it has always appended and emit a warning if there is
no "%s" in the "viewcvs_url" string.
- Fixed SVN::Notify::HTML::ColorDiff so that it does not output two
separate sections for a single file that was both modified (or
added or deleted) and had properties set.
2.22 2004-10-15T06:12:46
- Fixed diff parsing in SVN::Notitfy::HTML and
SVN::Notitfy::HTML::ColoDiff to recognize added and deleted files.
- Added links to files for which properties were set down into
their place in the diff in SVN::Notitfy::HTML and
- Changed the class for each file in the diff output by
SVN::Notitfy::HTML::ColoDiff to be specific to whether the file
was modified, added, deleted, or just had its properties set.
2.21 2004-10-09T22:37:34
- Tweaked HTML to make it all XHTML 1.1 compliant.
- Switched to using attribute accessors instead of direct hash
access in the subclasses to serve as a better example for others.
- Changed the diff output methods to accept the diff input file
handle as the second argument, so that it is created in only
one place.
2.20 2004-10-09T20:01:28
- Subclassing Module::Build in Build.PL to move and set the shebang
line in test scripts during "./Build" instead of simply changing
the shebang line in-place during "perl Build.PL".
- Split the "start_message()" method into two methods, the second
one called "output_metadata()", to separate starting the message
and outputting content.
- Added "output_css()" method to SVN::Notify::HTML, called by its
"start_message()" method to output CSS for the HTML email.
- Added CSS to the email in SVN::Notify::HTML.
- Added links from the changed file list in HTML email to the
included diff.
- Added SVN::Notify::HTML::ColorDiff, a new subclass that colorizes
the diff when it is included in the HTML email message.
2.10 2004-10-07T06:18:59
- Added many new methods to break up the various activities of
assembling a notification message. This will make subclassing
- Moved all HTML notification functionality into a new subclass,
- Added new "handler" parameter to new() and "--handler" option to
svnnotify to specify what subclass should handle sending the
notification. Just specify the name of a subclass, such as "HTML"
for SVN::Notify::HTML. This replaces the "format" parameter, which
is now deprecated.
- Added code to Build.PL to set the shebang line in the test
scripts. Reported by Robert Spier.
- Changed name of attached diff file to be named for the revision
and the committer, rather than the committer and the date.
Suggested by Robert Spier.
- Added Author, Date, and Revision information to the top of each
- The ViewCVS URL is no longer output for each file. A single link
for the entire revision number is put at the top of the email,
instead. ViewCVS Revision URL syntax pointed out by Peter
Valdemar Morch.
- Changed the C<send()> method to C<execute()> to better reflect
its generalized use as the method that executes actions in
response to Subversion activity.
- The tests no longer require HTML::Entities to run. The HTML
email tests will be skipped if it is not installed.
- Added accessor methods for the attributes of SVN::Notify.
2.00 2004-10-04T05:09:17
- First release, ported from activitymail 1.11, but completely
rewritten, with a new script interface and a separate class
that manages everything.
- Added "to_cx_regex" parameter to control the recipients based
on how regular expressions match directory names.
- Added "charset" parameter.
- Added "user_domain" parameter.
- Added "sendmail" parameter.
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