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Re: trigger events in svn

From: Steve Williams <stevewilliams_at_kromestudios.com>
Date: 2004-07-28 03:31:56 CEST

They're called pre- and post-commit hooks in Subversion land. They're in
the repository directory in a directory called hooks.


> I used to be a clear case user and am interested in setting up triggers
> on events. Clear case has pre and post check in triggers (among others)
> that were very useful.
> a simple example would be to run lint on any piece of code before the
> commit is allowed and only allow the commit after lint returns a clean
> bill of health.
> Does subversion support this?

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