Feature #293

show initially the last x commits in SVN view

Added by Daniel Weinand about 13 years ago. Updated about 13 years ago.

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would be great see initially by clicking on "SVN Repository" the last x (configurable) commits.

i think dispaying the last 5 commits under the "Browse" table could be nice.

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#1 Updated by Jean-Philippe Lang about 13 years ago

SVN commits are now stored in the database, and added to the
activity view and the search engine.

New commits are automatically retrieved and stored when consulting
the repository in the app. This behaviour can be disabled by
unchecking 'Autofecth commits' in configuration settings.

Commits can be fetched offline by running (recommanded at least
for the initial import of past commits):
ruby script/runner "Repository.fetch_changesets"
It will load commits for all of the repositories.

Jean-Philippe

#2 Updated by Nick Read about 13 years ago

I believe this would be better served by the Activity page.

There would need to be some changes to the way in which redMine
deals with the repository, importing a list of the changesets
into a cache. This allows for other features noted
in http://rubyforge.org/tracker/index.php?func=detail&aid=922
1&group_id=1850&atid=7163

While on that matter, the Activity page should also list Wiki
changes. Might see if I can create a patch for this.

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