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Re: Re: Re: Client side hooks - failed .bat test

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-09-05 12:48:43 CEST

On 9/5/06, Hans-Emil Skogh <Hans-Emil.Skogh@tritech.se> wrote:
> >> In the case of SVN it will show stdout- (and stderr-)output in the
> >> error-message if a hook fails.
> > I don't think svn will show you the stdout output in an error message.
> You are of course right. My bad.
> The correct bat-script preventing commits to a WC:
> --- schnipp ---
> ECHO Testing! 1>&2
> EXIT 1
> --- schnipp ---
> The output of echo being redirected from stdout to stderr.
> Strangely it works both with and without explicitly naming "cmd /c"
> before the .bat-file itself... And I still can't figure out why the

Then you have tied the .bat extension to cmd in your windows
configuration. Not all people have done this.

> /B-flag does not work on the exit-command. It does for SVN-hooks. (This
> one I have double-checked. :-) )

svn hooks are called from a program which already *has* a console (svn
is a console client, and even the server part has one). TSVN doesn't
have a console.


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