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How Trac and version control systems work together
These examples use Subversion terminology
It is useful to identify the revisions and modifications that were made to complete the change. This is called a TracChangeset and allows users to clearly identify which modifications were made for a ticket.
How it works
The integration between Trac and the version control system depends on TracLinks. Every time a change is commited to the version control repository a TracLink must be used in the comment (usually referred to as a commit message) that includes a reference to the correct ticket
TODO Please tell which version of Trac supports these commit hooks and if it does that automatically.
With additional logic in the commit hooks it is possible to reject the commit if no ticket number is supplied.
- A Trac user begins work on a ticket
- They obtain code from the version control system
- After the work is completed they perform a commit of their modifications to the version control repository
- The user inserts the Trac ticket number into the commit message as a TracLinks
- Trac can now display the change set for the ticket