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Re: issue #137

From: <sverhagen_at_wps-nl.com>
Date: 2006-09-01 14:25:21 CEST

> An absolute windows path won't work with project properties -
> you don't know the absolute path on every machine the
> sourcecode is checked out.

Can you within a company not just agree with each other to have a
C:\Tools\SomeTool folder where I store whatever everybody is doing in their

On another note, if the hook is ultimately calling some executable, would
you want to have it in version control? It can be tool heavy, it can also
be something that does not work without being properly installed on the
developer's computer. If he don't have it, just let the hook fail, he'll
soon know what to do or what to get.

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Received on Fri Sep 1 14:25:41 2006

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