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Re: Triggering email with post-commit.bat

From: Fred Rosenblatt <fredr5_at_juno.com>
Date: 2007-05-03 17:48:58 CEST

Lübbe Onken <l.onken@...> writes:

> Hi Andy Levy,
> You wrote:
> > On 5/2/07, Fred Rosenblatt <fredr5@...> wrote:
> >> After some investigation, it appears that the hook scripts must be
> >> executed by Tortoise locally.
> >>
> >> I'm looking at the help info at:
> >>
> >>
> > http://tortoisesvn.net/docs/nightly/TortoiseSVN_hr/tsvn-dug-se
> > ttings.html,
> ...
> > Hook scripts are executed by the server, on the server. They're stored
> > in the hooks directory inside the repository directory (the one
> > created by svnadmin create).
> This information is correct, the hook scripts Fred was referring to are
> client side hook scripts that are executed locally only.
> Browsing through the documentation reveals that we never mention that the
> scripts which can be configured by TortoiseSVN are client side hook scripts.
> (only in the index)
> I'll fix this immediately.


Thank you so much for the responses. We in fact did set up the hook script,
perl and email list files on the server, but couldn't see how to get "svn
commit" to trigger (executing post-commit.bat on the command line does produce
the desired emails).

Then I saw in the Tortoise documentation what appears to be a requirement to
execute the hook script in Tortoise, on the client side. There is a Properties
dialog box to do this, but unfortunately we do not see "hook script" appearing
below "Saved Data" as is shown in the documentation. What am I misunderstanding?

It's great to write to you directly (I love OS!), and I apologize for taking so
much of your time.

Thanks again,

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Received on Thu May 3 17:49:28 2007

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