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Event triggers


  • Can I get automatic email to individuals within a defined group whenever changes are checked in?
    Yes, this is done by using triggers, commands which run before or after a repository level command. In this case, you would want to set up a post-commit trigger. That is, in the BitKeeper/triggers/post-commit directory you would setup a shell script to send mail to those people you want to notify. Pre-triggers can be used to control events within a repository. For more information, see bk helptool triggers. But note that triggers are available only with the BK/Pro product.
    
    
    
  • How difficult is it to pass user-specified environment variables to the triggers? For example, I want to be able to pass the environment variable MAILTO containing the email address of the user.
    It's easy. Use:

    bk pull -E/bk push -E


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