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[Feature request / Bug] Hook script timeout

From: Glenn Van Loon <glenn.van.loon_at_gmail.com>
Date: Fri, 25 Jan 2008 20:49:32 +0100


In this email I would like to request to add functionality to
TortoiseSVN that can handle time-outs for subversion hook scripts.

I have a cia.vc account for our project (which is hosted on sourceforge)
and it happens quite often that the cia server is down. As a consequence
it also happens sometimes that I commit my changes when the cia server
is down. If this is the case, after the files are committed, the
tortoise svn commit dialog stays open forever. It only is possible to
close it by hitting the X (close) button then. After doing so, the
subversion folder still appears as updated and it is necessary to do an
"svn update". The update dialog will then "merge" the files on the
server with the "changed" file in the svn folder, but the updated
versions are already on the server, so the merge in fact does nothing
and even though the commit appears as failed, it did succeed.

So I'd like to propose to add a time-out to the commit box, that starts
after the files are committed.

Glenn Van Loon
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Received on 2008-01-25 20:58:56 CET

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