Need to output revision number upon successful commit.
You really should take a look at Tortoise. They've been doing this for a while and they really do a great job most of the time.
When I commit and it succeeds, I need the revision number that the commit generates for logging/tracking purposes. Your interface just skips over that, hiding all the information that SVN is likely returning (Tortoise will even show us what it's doing during the commit). For me, the more important thing is getting that revision. Otherwise, I have to go into a project (non-SQL) and do an update or grab the log...neither of which you do via this tool either.
This feature has been added into SQL Source Control 3.5. It shows the revision number for Subversion, TFS and Vault.
Please check for updates to install. Full release notes on http://documentation.red-gate.com/display/SOC3/SQL+Source+Control+3.5+release+notes
John Q Martin (@SQLServerMonkey) commented
I would like to see this feature too please, we need the revision number back so that we can use it to then easily search for the commit in our code review tool in order to create the reviews.
Kurt Place commented
We track the changeset# from SQL and code in Bugtracker for lookups later.
Lucent Fox commented
Record it in our bug tracking tool in the ticket where the change was generated from.
Andy Lowe commented
I'll second this request. We record the revision number in our bug tracking tool
Sorry, missed the comment. I need to use it to tie it together with code (non-SQL) changes (i.e. I'll post the code change with a note saying DB changes are under r1234). We also maintain the revision numbers with a release log so when we're going to put a build together someone knows which revisions to pull from each SVN project (i.e. release 1.1.1 b10 will include r1234-1236 from the DB project and r1237-1239 from the web app code project).
David Atkinson commented
Thanks for the feature request. Can I ask what you do with the revision number? Where else do you need to log it?