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RE: Noob question on pre-commit windows script

From: Tom Blough <tom.blough_at_truetemper.com>
Date: Fri, 8 Feb 2008 04:07:58 +0800

> Stefan Küng wrote:
> > Command line: C:\temp\version.bat
> Change that to
> cmd.exe /c "C:\temp\version.bat"

Actually it works fine without it as do batch files in the <repository>hooks
directory. My problem turned out to be with SubWCRev not liking relative

I've got things working now with the following:

Client side hook script:
 Path: C:\temp
 Command line: C:\temp\version.bat
 Wait: true
 Hide: true

And version.bat:
  "C:\Program Files\TortoiseSVN\bin\subwcrev.exe" "%~dp0."
"%~dp0version.h.wcr" "%~dp0version.h"

It would be great if I could make this more generic. If there were a %WCP%
parameter like the %PATH%, %PATHS%, etc available to the scripts that passed
the current working copy path that would be a start. It would also be nice
if there were some way to execute a generic client side script for all
commits. The generic script could execute before and specific WCP linked
script, or it could execute after, or it could be a default to be executed
if there was no specific WCP linked script.

Does that make sense?

Thanks, everyone for all your help.


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