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  2. JENKINS-22112

Show commiter name on build status page

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      On the http://www.domain.tld/job/jobName/changes page a following info is displayed for each commit:

      • SVN revision
      • commit message
      • Jenkins username (with user profile page link), who did a commit
      • link to changeset in ViewSVN (link text: ViewSVN)

      However when looking at build page then following info is missing:

      • SVN revision
      • Jenkins username (with user profile page link), who did a commit

      Without this info I need to revisit job page find out missing info.

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            danielbeck Daniel Beck added a comment -

            Not a core issue.

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            danielbeck Daniel Beck added a comment - Not a core issue.
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            aik099 Alexander Obuhovich added a comment -

            There are so many modules in Jenkins, that it's hard to guess where to post.

            Can what I've proposed be implemented?

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            aik099 Alexander Obuhovich added a comment - There are so many modules in Jenkins, that it's hard to guess where to post. Can what I've proposed be implemented?
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            danielbeck Daniel Beck added a comment -

            There are so many modules in Jenkins, that it's hard to guess where to post.

            Not an accusation, just a statement of facts accompanying the change of issue metadata. No worries.

            Can what I've proposed be implemented?

            It certainly can. I'm still doubtful it should – it's supposed to be a short + succinct summary of changes, not an embedded changes list. You seem to place a high importance on the revision and committer that I doubt is universal.

            Note that I'm not a Subversion Plugin maintainer (even though the commit log looks like it right now!) – but at least with the correct assignment of component, this issue might get their attention.

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            danielbeck Daniel Beck added a comment - There are so many modules in Jenkins, that it's hard to guess where to post. Not an accusation, just a statement of facts accompanying the change of issue metadata. No worries. Can what I've proposed be implemented? It certainly can . I'm still doubtful it should – it's supposed to be a short + succinct summary of changes, not an embedded changes list. You seem to place a high importance on the revision and committer that I doubt is universal. Note that I'm not a Subversion Plugin maintainer (even though the commit log looks like it right now!) – but at least with the correct assignment of component, this issue might get their attention.
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            aik099 Alexander Obuhovich added a comment - - edited

            Not an accusation, just a statement of facts accompanying the change of issue metadata. No worries.

            Sorry if my message looked aggressive. Wasn't my intention for sure.

            It certainly can. I'm still doubtful it should – it's supposed to be a short + succinct summary of changes, not an embedded changes list. You seem to place a high importance on the revision and committer that I doubt is universal.

            Here is what I do:

            1. open "Build Summary" page
            2. look at possible standard violation count increase in graphs and in numbers
            3. see the commit message
            4. don't see who did a commit to go and blame him

            If I want to see changed files, then I of course go a do so on separate page. I'm just missing commit author on "Build Summary" page to be consistent with "Changes" page.

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            aik099 Alexander Obuhovich added a comment - - edited Not an accusation, just a statement of facts accompanying the change of issue metadata. No worries. Sorry if my message looked aggressive. Wasn't my intention for sure. It certainly can. I'm still doubtful it should – it's supposed to be a short + succinct summary of changes, not an embedded changes list. You seem to place a high importance on the revision and committer that I doubt is universal. Here is what I do: open "Build Summary" page look at possible standard violation count increase in graphs and in numbers see the commit message don't see who did a commit to go and blame him If I want to see changed files, then I of course go a do so on separate page. I'm just missing commit author on "Build Summary" page to be consistent with "Changes" page.
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            scm_issue_link SCM/JIRA link daemon added a comment -

            Code changed in jenkins
            User: Peter Marcoen
            Path:
            src/main/resources/hudson/scm/SubversionChangeLogSet/digest.jelly
            http://jenkins-ci.org/commit/subversion-plugin/705418726332aad02b4426684e23d3d5ca387d72
            Log:
            [FIXED JENKINS-22112] Show commiter name on build status page

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            scm_issue_link SCM/JIRA link daemon added a comment - Code changed in jenkins User: Peter Marcoen Path: src/main/resources/hudson/scm/SubversionChangeLogSet/digest.jelly http://jenkins-ci.org/commit/subversion-plugin/705418726332aad02b4426684e23d3d5ca387d72 Log: [FIXED JENKINS-22112] Show commiter name on build status page

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              • Assignee:
                pmarcoen Peter Marcoen
                Reporter:
                aik099 Alexander Obuhovich
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