Re: How to use my custom made python hook-script for SVN with TortoiseSVN ?
2009/5/8 dmichel76_at_googlemail.com <dmichel76_at_googlemail.com>:
> 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...)
Use client-side hooks in TortoiseSVN.
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Received on 2009-05-08 18:32:58 CEST
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