nick.allen at onlinehome.de
Sun Apr 5 10:22:58 BST 2009
I can't help with your specific problem but I have written another email tool
(bzr-email-notifier) which we use at work. It is based on hookless email code
but is more configurable. You can design templates for email messages and it
can also send HTML email messages with links to loggerhead server. As it works
great for us may be it will solve your problem.
I have also just added a feature where commit messages can be in Wiki format
and the email you receive displays this with the correct HTML markup.
On Sunday 05 April 2009 09:06:05 Russel Winder wrote:
> I used to run the hookless email daemon so as to provide notifications
> whenever certain central mainline branches on my server were pushed to.
> I just rebooted the server a couple of days ago and now the hookless
> email fails to do the right thing.
> I normally use the @reboot in crontab to kick off the daemons but that
> hasn't worked. I just tried kicking one off manually and whilst the
> command completes, no daemon is set up even though a check is done and
> emails sent of for new commits since the last run.
> So the core code is still working, but -d no longer sets off a daemon.
> I am assuming someone has been tinkering with the code recently -- I use
> a branch of bzr+ssh://bazaar.launchpad.net/%
> 7Ebzr/bzr-hookless-email/trunk/. Has something changes that hasn't been
> (I am using hookless email as I haven't been able to get the email
> plugin to work on the server only from a client -- which isn't useful in
> this case.)
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