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Client Side Hooks Into TortoiseSVN

From: Scott Prugh <sprugh_at_telution.com>
Date: 2005-11-02 00:54:04 CET

As far as I can tell, there does not appear to be a framework for Client
Side Hooks into the TortoiseSVN shell. Is this correct?
Basically, I want to be able to hook the shell and prompt the user with
a dialog to capture bug information. I know how the bugtraq stuff
works, but I need to evaluate the bugid against the branch of code a
user is commiting into. It doesn't do us any good for a user to check
the code into the wrong branch.
For example:
Log message window is shown:
Pre Commit Hook Called:
Has anyone tried doing this? Do I basically have to crack the Tortoise
shell code to implement this? Would anyone be interested in
collaborating on this?


Received on Wed Nov 02 08:09:42 2005

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