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Re: post-commit hooks not working

From: <kfogel_at_collab.net>
Date: 2003-05-10 21:29:18 CEST

"Mike Gallan" <mgallan@hotmail.com> writes:
> Thanks for the response. I renamed the file, but the commit notices
> still aren't going out. When I run 'post-commit' from the command
> line as the subversion user I get mail, but commits to the repository
> don't do anything. As far as I can tell the permissions are correct.
> Any other suggestions are appreciated.

You should try to get some simple thing running from the hook, so you
can be sure it's running when you expect it too. You know, something
like saving all its arguments into a world-writeable file somewhere.

Then, when you know it's running, concentrate on figuring out why it
won't send mail. Sending email is a complex process, fraught with
potential for errors -- so narrow down the problem first.


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