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RE: Re: how to detect file update with post-update-hook??

From: Hofmann Robert <mail_at_sirmossi.de>
Date: Sun, 19 Apr 2009 12:48:35 -0700 (PDT)

is there any plan to implement a feature to get the list of updated files in post-update?
I also need such a feature. The workaround with the revision comparsion works but is very difficult to handle in my opinion.

Thank's a lot.

> That's not implemented. But you could check the 'last-commit-rev' in a
> pre-update hook, then compare it with the 'last-commit-rev' in your post
> commit hook script: if they differ, you know that the file has been updated.
> You can use SubWCRev (or the SubWCRevCom object) to find that revision.
> Stefan
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