Project identifiers must be lowercase
The newly added project identifiers are enforced to be only lowercase - I don't know whether this is intentional but
it's probably a bug.
#1 Updated by Ted Wise about 15 years ago
The name depends on what else you had in mind for the field
- if they're all svn related you might include that in the
name, e.g., svn-id, managed-repository-name, etc.
As for Perl, you're assuming everyone is running a Unix
variant - and unfortunately I'm stuck on Windows. I do
have Perl installed but most Windows installations won't.
If you're planning on having the scripts run via ssh on a
remote machine then none of this matters, it'll be pretty
much Unix specific anyway so Perl will work fine.
#2 Updated by Jean-Philippe Lang about 15 years ago
- What name would you propose for this attribute (any idea is
- I prefer to mark it as required since it may be used for other
needs later (eg. nice urls like /projects/show/myproject or directory
name for attached files...)
- You're right. A ruby port should be provided in the near future.
There are 3 reasons why these scripts were first written in perl:
1. perl is not really a requirement (usually present on any
2. svn repositories may not be hosted on a rubish machine
3. perl is still a sysadmin best friend :-)
#3 Updated by Ted Wise about 15 years ago
I figured it out after examining the last round of commits.
I assume you're going to allow redMine to setup and manage
the SVN repositories. A few comments:
- Identifier can be easily confused with a project code
- It's marked as required even though a project may not have
an SVN repository or even have it controlled by redMine
- Your manipulation scripts are written in Perl - you're
adding an environment requirement by using Perl, you might
want to consider writing those scripts in Ruby since you
know your users will have that installed