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how to detect file update with post-update-hook??

From: Jens-André Koch <knd.vain_at_gmail.com>
Date: Wed, 6 Aug 2008 20:30:46 -0700 (PDT)

hello,

is there a way to check, if a certain file was updated by setting up
an post-update-hook?
i'd like to setup a check on "database.sql" and if it was updated,
insert it into DB.

as far as i could figure things out, the PATH information contains a
temporary file path: but inside the temp-file it's just another path,
which is the working dir of the post-update-hook, nothing more. i'd
expected a list with paths or files which have been updated or
something.

is there any trick to achive this?

best regards, jens

PS: you might as well put an advise in the manual, that it's not
needed to append the constants (PATH, REVISION, etc.) to a certain
"command line executable" (like this : post-update-hook.bat PATH
REVISION) because the are automatically passed to it.

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