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Blocking Git commit when special tag found in code [message #1750856] Fri, 30 December 2016 08:33
Joshua Fox is currently offline Joshua FoxFriend
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Sometimes I insert logging or instrumentation into the code -- sometimes even artificially throwing exceptions to make sure my code can handle them. This should not go to the shared repository.

Can Eclipse warn or prevent Git commits if there are special tags in the code?

These would not necessarily be TODO tags, but rather something like DEVONLY.

Intellij supports this.

How can this be done in Eclipse?
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