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Re: Accessing %VERSION% parameter in update hook batch script

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Thu, 06 Mar 2008 18:21:43 +0100

Simon Large wrote:
> On 06/03/2008, Jean-Marc van Leerdam <j.m.van.leerdam_at_gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hi Paul,
>> Please post the command line you've entered in the settings dialog.
>> You are supposed to place the %xxx% placeholders in that command line.
>> So if you enter
>> pre-update.bat 1 2 3 %PATH%
>> Then the fourth parameter in the .bat will contain the path.
> Correct. The values to be passed are specified on the command line.
> The list in the docs shows the values available, not what is actually
> passed.
> But this brings up a very valid point. The subversion server hooks
> always pass the parameters on the command line in fixed positions.
> Specifying the params in TSVN settings is perhaps more flexible, but
> the difference from Subversion hooks will likely cause a lot of
> confusion.
> Also, it places the burden of specifying the parameters on the person
> who installs the hook. If you want everyone in the organisation to use
> a client-side post-update hook, it is easy to add that hook script to
> the repository and tell everyone to make sure it is called. But if
> they also have to type in the parameters in the correct order it is a
> lot more error prone. In this case, subversion's method wins because
> all you have to do is install the script and it is up to the script to
> know where the params are.

Should we change our hook scripts to always pass *all* params in a
defined way?


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