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A stupid pre-commit hook question...

From: Jay 'Whip' Grizzard <elfchief_at_lupine.org>
Date: 2002-12-12 20:00:19 CET

Hiho subversion folks ... I've been lurking on the list and using subversion
for a while, and I have to say, I love it -- once I got cvs2svn to work,
I ditched cvs in about 10 seconds flat. Keep up the good work!

Now, a stupid question that I don't believe I've seen addressed yet. In the
pre-commit hook, is it possible to get information about the transaction
being attempted, beyond filename?

Right now I've got a pre-commit hook that keeps my /tags directory
 from being written to ... which is great at preventing mistakes, but
also makes it annoying to add tags and the like (since I have to remove
the hook before committing a 'tag'.) ... I guess the question is, is
there any way I can set things up so that it's legal to -create- a tag,
but not to perform any further commits to it? I don't see an obvious way
to do this ... can someone point me in the right direction?



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Received on Thu Dec 12 20:00:53 2002

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