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Re: TSVN hooks determine relative path

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2007-06-19 18:44:36 CEST

Sebastian Nehls wrote:
> Hi,
> i am trying to use the local hooks that TSVN supports. In my project
> there is a folder /test that contains all testscripts i want to execute
> upon checkin. I wrote a batchfile that should call a perl script in the
> test folder. Batchfile and perl script are in the same folder. My
> problem is to relatively adress that test folder, simply using .\test
> isn't working, neither is %CD%\test, because the hook skript is executed
> in some temp directory.
> So how can i determine the location of the hook script in my project,
> during runtime?

You can't. Sorry.
There is no way for you to know that. Even TSVN can't know it because
you can check out a working copy from any sub-url. You might even check
out beneath your test folder where you have the scripts, and then you
wouldn't even have that test folder checked out.


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