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Re: Post-commit hook problem

From: Karl Fogel <kfogel_at_localhost.localdomain>
Date: 2004-03-08 02:15:07 CET

Lauri Kotilainen <postmaster@true-evil.net> writes:
> Hi. I recently installed svn 1.0 from FreeBSD ports (FreeBSD 5.1), and
> I'm having a problem with my post-commit hook script; namely it
> doesn't seem to run at all. My repository is /home/svn/web/, and the
> script is /home/svn/web/hooks/post-commit . I'm using svn through the
> apache module, and the apache user is www. If I su www and run
> ./post-commit in the hooks directory, everything goes as is supposed
> to, but when I do a commit via the client, nothing happens.
> Is there a best practice to debugging or something?

See if you can get it to do something simple first, like create a file
in some world-writeable directory.

If you can, then get it to print its environment variables to that
file. Maybe the problem is with $PATH or something like that.


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