Commit _subject_ filter, everywhere
bjorn.forsman at gmail.com
Sat Dec 2 13:33:28 CET 2017
On 2 December 2017 at 12:31, John Keeping <john at keeping.me.uk> wrote:
> I was going to suggest introducing a new subject-filter which is used to
> filter the commit subject wherever it is displayed, but there is a
> subtlety which makes this more complicated in the summary, log and refs
> pages than it is in the commit page.
> When we are showing a single-line summary of a commit, the subject is a
> hyperlink so adding new content outside the existing subject is not
> possible with the obvious filter implementation.
> One option would be to push the <a></a> tag generation down into the
> filter, but I'd rather avoid that if possible.
Aha, I see.
> What do you think about adding a "filter" which is called before the
> commit subject is printed and allows outputting additional HTML content?
> ("filter" is in quotes since there will not be any content copied
> through the program.)
Sounds good to me. It covers my use case.
Perhaps this new "filter" should not have filter in its name.
Oh, and this new command must somehow receive the commit id from cgit.
New environment variable?
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