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who runs the hook scripts?

From: Erwan Lacoste <erwan.lacoste_at_rhapso.fr>
Date: 2004-08-09 14:29:04 CEST

Hi all,
I'm trying to tweak subversion, and I would like to know how the hook
scripts are run. I'm pretty sure that it's httpd when you access the
repository with Apache. But when a client uses the file:// protocol, it
looks like he is the one who runs the script. Am I right?

However, is there any way I can change the user that runs the script?
eg, let's say I want a hook script to be run every time someone commits. I
have a client using httpd to access repository, and the other one works on
the server, so he access the repos with file://. Is there any way that
when the second user commits, the post-commit script is run by an httpd

I hope i'm clear enough, and thanx for your help.

Erwan Lacoste
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