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Re: Subversion - .wsf hook scripts on Windows

From: Daniel Rall <dlr_at_collab.net>
Date: 2007-01-17 20:26:51 CET

On Tue, 16 Jan 2007, Andy Levy wrote:

> On 1/16/07, Daniel Rall <dlr@collab.net> wrote:
> >On Tue, 16 Jan 2007, Andy Levy wrote:
> >
> >> On 1/8/07, Lieven Govaerts <svnlgo@mobsol.be> wrote:
> >> >Andy Levy wrote:
> >> >>
> >> >> It may take me a couple days to get a build environment set up at home
> >> >> (Subversion isn't my primary responsibility at work, so I need to
> >> >> approach this as more of a personal project). If I can contribute
> >> >> something useful back to Subversion, it'd be a great feeling.
> >>
> >> >If you can send me a simple .wsf pre-commit hook script which you think
> >> >should work I'll test here.
> >>
> >> Sorry about the delay. I was unsuccessful in getting Subversion built
> >> on my home system and I've had no time over the last couple weeks to
> >> figure out how to get it working.
> >>
> >> Attached is a WSF script which iterates through all unnamed arguments
> >> passed in and appends them to a textfile c:\hook.txt. It then iterates
> >> through named arguments and does the same. It's not particularly
> >> "clean" or elegant, but it gets the job done.
> >Lieven, can you verify this? If it's a problem, and can't be
> >addressed by way of Windows system configuration, we have the options
> >of:

I don't really have a preference, though the first option is a lot
less work.

> >o Removing the wsf extension from the supported hook file extension list
> If this is the approach taken, the intermidiate pre-commit.bat step
> (where one calls cscript.exe with the wsf filename and %1 %2 etc.)
> should be documented somewhere easy to find (maybe a FAQ entry along
> the lines of "how can I write hook scripts using windows script
> host"?).
> >o Special-case wsf files on Windows to run them using cscript.exe
> (warning: slippery slope & scope creep ahead!)
> If this is the chosen solution, would it be reasonable to use WSH's
> named arguments for passing the arguments into the script? Instead of
> addressing each parameter by the order in which they're specified on
> the command line, one could address the parameters by name.

Could you provide an example of this?

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