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Re: Client-side hook doesn't execute

From: Simon Large <simon.tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Thu, 23 Aug 2012 09:13:31 +0100

On 23 August 2012 08:47, Hans <hschleichert_at_munich-metrology.com> wrote:
> Hi,
> I started playing with client-side hooks. Configured a "start commit" hook, and when it didn't work, I melted it all down to the following: Hook Type= start_commit_hook; Path = D:\trunk; Command Line = C:\Windows\system32\cmd.exe; Wait = true
> Show/Hide = show (see attached screenshot).
> When I commit D:\trunk (or any of its subdirs), I see a brief flash on the screen, like a command prompt window. I tried adding things like "/K pause" to the command line but it didn't make a change. When I change the file name ("cmd.ex") I see a "file not found" error message (which shows that TortoiseSVN is at least trying to execute the hook).
> My TortoiseSNV version is on Windows 7 32 bit; the most recent version, as of now.

Cmd.exe is not a hook script, it is just the command interpreter. You
need to provide the path to the actual script, e.g. start-commit.bat,
start-commit.js, start-commit.exe, my-own-hook.cmd, or whatever your
hook is called.


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