On Mon, Nov 12, 2012 at 11:41 PM, Simon Large
> On 12 November 2012 21:18, Greg Creager <greg.creager_at_hp.com> wrote:
>> Ok, that makes sense.
>> As for the new trunk version, I noticed in the help the new properties: tsvn:startcommithook, tsvn:precommithook
>> I did not see them when trying to add them using the latest release and was wondering what was up with that.
> The latest release comes from the 1.7.x branch, not from trunk. The
> stable branch only gets bug fixes, not new features, otherwise it
> would not be stable. If you want to see these properties now you will
> have to install a trunk nightly build.
>> I had a question about these, do these properties in effect allow you to create a 'general' client side hook, effectively activating on all clients even if they have no hooks setup? That would be fantastic.
> No. Only the defined tsvn:xxxhook will work. You can't invent
> tsvn:mygeneralhook. But it appears that they do work on all clients
> without being set up by individual users. Which is a bit surprising
> because in the docs we say we don't do this for security reasons.
> Stefan, should there be a way to disable this type of hook script by
Each user gets a big big dialog asking whether to execute the script
or not. Only if the user agrees to execute and never ask again (for
that specific script) then the script is executed, and then executed
automatically without asking again.
No script is executed without asking at least once.
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