source code control and documentation

Rita rmorgan466 at gmail.com
Sun Mar 2 16:56:56 CET 2014


Hi,


I am trying to achieve this, every time I commit to svn I automatically
 run hooks to test my libraries, ATM I am doing this manually

cd libs
PYTHONPATH=. python test_lib.py

and if everything passes I do a svn commit -m 'committing code'

I don't have access to my svn server so I can't create my own hooks (or can
I?)

Also, I would like to auto-document my library and project so, when I do a
svn commit I would like to generate a sphinix-doc (and I am open to
suggestions).  In the source code do I need to do anything special to my
Classes and Functions?

class myClass(object):
  ""do I need to do anything special here"""?

Ideally, I would like to automatically draw a UML diagram since my codebase
is rather large.




How do people achieve this?



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