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Re: Weird export behaviour on Win2K in post-commit hook

From: Ben Collins-Sussman <sussman_at_collab.net>
Date: 2004-04-15 03:01:03 CEST

tom@opgenorth.net wrote:

> Any suggestion/tips/advice? I appreciate any help I get.

In the Unix world, the post-commit hook runs in a very "stripped down"
environment, as a child of an httpd process. Users constantly find that
they need to supply absolute paths to programs, or to define environment
variables that they expected were present, but aren't.

I'm wondering if your network drive isn't available to your C# process
when launched by apache... if somehow the environment is anemic in some
way that prevents it from seeing the network? Just a guess.

Is there any way to redirect stderr from your C# program into a logfile,
so you can see *why* it's not running?

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