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How to use my custom made python hook-script for SVN with TortoiseSVN ?

From: <dmichel76_at_googlemail.com>
Date: Fri, 8 May 2009 06:33:36 -0700 (PDT)

Hi All,

I have recently wrote a little python script that allows me to do
certain tasks after each commit automatically. The script is really
simple to use as it can be used instead of the "normal" svn command.

It simply wraps the svn command and also do the extra stuff that needs
to be done. This "extra stuff" could simply be in a totally separate
program/script, but then it would be easy to forget this step by
potential commiter which is what I'd like to avoid.

Now, that works well if the developer are using the command line
prompt to use svn but we all know that, Windows users prefer clicking
rather than typing (understanding though with such a "crap" command
line prompt!)... so here is my question: How can I make my script
available for TortoiseSVN ? Can I pinpoint TortoiseSVN to use my
python script rather than the normal svn command ? Any other idea
welcome of course ?

(Of course, the best way would be to had a post-commit hook on the SVN
server, but, if the project is hosted on Sourceforge for instance,
this is not possible...)




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