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Re: commit-email.pl errors on Win2000 (was RE: Are there anyone running Subversion server on Window NT?)

From: Branko Čibej <brane_at_xbc.nu>
Date: 2003-05-07 20:19:35 CEST

Jeff Cave wrote:

>I now have a copy of the scripts that works with Win2000. I hope that someone else out there finds them useful. I tried to keep the number of alterations from the original to a minimum.
>post-commit.bat is the same as the post-commit.tmpl except it uses batch file syntax instead of bash syntax. commit-email.pl has a couple of small changes to the safe_read method that allow it to work under windows as well as a change to the way it sends mail (the script itself is the client).
Could you please replost this in the form of a patch, together with alog
message? The HACKING file explains how to do that.

>Unfortunately, this does not solve Chien-Lung Wu's original problem. We have sent a couple of emails back and forth and the problem there was not in the commit-email.pl but in the hook itself.
>Chien-Lung Wu tried this batch file
> rename e:\svn\repos\L3\hooks\y.txt e:\svn\repos\L3\hooks\x.txt
>and it failed. I have tried the same batch file, and it worked. This is not a problem with the hook scripts, but with the calling of the hook scripts.
>This is where I notice that I have no idea what I'm talking about and run back to my corner to hide in, hoping that someone else will have something to add...
Well, it would help if you could be a bit more explicit about how it
failed; error messages, symptoms, etc. would be most welcome. My best
guess is that we're calling apr_proc_create incorrectly for batch files.

Brane Čibej   <brane_at_xbc.nu>   http://www.xbc.nu/brane/
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