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Re: mailer.py on Windows (and general svn-on-Windows commentary...)

From: Trent Nelson <svn-dev-list_at_trentnelson.com>
Date: Mon, 8 Sep 2008 20:04:20 +0000

On Mon, Sep 08, 2008 at 09:59:29PM +0200, Erik Huelsmann wrote:
> > Here's another question: is there any reason, other than the fact
> > it would add additional complexity, that the act of composing and
> > delivering the mail isn't done asynchronously? If you're doing a
> > whopping big commit (vendor drop, say), the post-commit mailer run
> > can take an inordinate length of time, especially if you're dealing
> > with slow MTAs.
> No. You can do it asynchronously: if you close all in- and outputs (on
> unix) or if you start an independent process (on windows), the server
> will stop waiting for input from the hook to send back to the client.
> You can continue processing in 'headless' mode after that.
    Ah. Useful. I would think that would be a useful addition (or at
    least option) to mailer.py?


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