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Re: Subversion hooks

From: Kristis Makris <mkgnu_at_gmx.net>
Date: 2004-07-26 19:56:19 CEST

> > I guess this should be:
> > echo "stdout redirected to stderr" >&2
> Doh! You're right.
> Still, I'm not sure if the client sees any error output unless the
> script returns failure (non-zero). We didn't write the hook system to
> be a general purposes client feedback mechanism.

It appears that the client will only see error output if indeed the
script returns failure. I'm trying to display some status messages while
the integration commences. Something like:

Scmbug: Reading configuration
Scmbug: Submitting request
Scmbug: Request accepted

Since the integration I have transports an integration request to a
separate daemon, I'd like to display such messages while the integration
is carried out, to give the user some idea on what might be wrong with
the integration glue (e.g. if additional integration debugging flags are
turned on).

So, which files in the svn repository should I start looking at to
modify the hook system so it becomes a general purposes client feedback
mechanism ?


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