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Re: Is it a bug or by design?

From: Simon Large <simon.tortoisesvn_at_googlemail.com>
Date: Thu, 6 May 2010 11:59:20 +0100

On 6 May 2010 11:12, Serge Tumanyan <tumanyan_at_mail.ru> wrote:
> Hello, All.
> I has tryed to use TSVN client hooks and ran into a trouble:
> I have added a post update hook and assumed that this one should work after
> the checkout, switch and update commands but found out that it works only
> after the update command. Is this by design or it is a bug? If this by
> design - can the hooks for checkout and switch commands be added to TSVN? It
> reduces productivity when you can not recompile the WC after the checkout in
> one step or after switching branches immediately and need to start a false
> update process to start a script. The missing hooks for the switch command
> tortures me especially much because I usually use switch command really
> often for my development tasks.

Why checkout? The hook scripts have to be set up for a specific WC, so
if you have not checked out a WC yet the hook does not exist.

I think a switch operation could just use the corresponding update
hooks because update is really just a special case of switch with no
path change.


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