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Re: Hooks on Windows

From: Eric Carlson <eric.carlson_at_group-technical.com>
Date: 2004-04-23 18:25:40 CEST

Yes, thanks, I actually figured that out since the post (isn't it
always the way?). Turns out I have a different problem. Btw, the
stdout thing was a red herring, it doesn't matter where output goes.

My problem was in my understanding of the args to the hook scripts. I
have a single repos which contains many projects. The projects are
organised like svn://svn.foo.com/websites/www.bar.com,
svn://svn.foo.com/websites/www.foo.com and so on - the directories are
the names of the projects I'm trying to get at. The repos is called

When the hook is invoked its first param in this case is "websites",
not the dir name. All my tests relied on the dir name, eg.
"www.bar.com" being passed in. Don't suppose theres a workaround for
this is there please?

Best Regards

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