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Re: Have client side hooks reference URL paths?

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Sat, 24 Oct 2009 09:30:20 +0200

On 22.10.2009 22:16, Kevin Radke wrote:
> I was helping an user with client side hooks, and wondered how much
> work it would take to allow TortoiseSVN to use a URL into a subversion
> repository to reference the hooks instead of a file system path. This
> would make it easier for a group of users to make sure they are using
> consistent client side hooks.
> I imagine handling the authentication to get the hooks via a URL would
> be an issue as would the potential performance impact.

Don't forget the security: what happens if the script suddenly points to
something bad?

Also, sometimes the url might not be reachable. In such a case, the TSVN
dialog would hang.


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