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Re: running the pre-reveprop-change script in UNIX?

From: Simon Large <simon.tortoisesvn_at_googlemail.com>
Date: 2007-07-21 23:46:58 CEST

On 21/07/07, Chirag Patel <patelc75@yahoo.com> wrote:
> I tried running the pre-reveprop-change script by copying and pasting it from
> the 'hooks' directory and removing the .tmpl extension like this:
> chmod +x ./pre-revprop-change
> ./pre-revprop-change . 8 patelc75 svn:log M
> But nothing happens. Not even an error message. Can someone show me an
> example of how to run the pre-revprop-change script on a UNIX server?

I think you misunderstand the concept. You don't have to run the
script, the server does that. When there is a request to change a
revision property, the server calls the pre-revprop-change to see
whether the change is allowed.

Read about this in the subversion book



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