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Simple Hook Script on Windows Platform

From: Brendan van Drempt <Brendan_vanDrempt_at_scholastic.com.au>
Date: 2004-06-04 02:38:23 CEST

I am trying to run a simple windows executable (named post-commit.exe) on
the 'post-commit' hook.

When I commit from a client, the TortoiseSVN commit dialogue 'hangs', and
when I check the Subversion server hosting the repository, the .exe has not
/ is not running.

Any ideas?

Ultimately I want a batch file to run whenever a commit occurs to do an
automated update (to a working copy which forms our test website). I began
trying the hook to trigger a batch file, but wasn't getting any results with
that either.

Thank you.


Brendan van Drempt
Email: brendan_vandrempt@scholastic.com.au
Subversion Server - Windows 2003 Server (Running SVNServe)
Subversion Clients - Windows XP (TortoiseSVN) & Mac OS X
Received on Fri Jun 4 02:38:19 2004

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