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Re: Pre-commit and post-chekout hooks on client side

From: Waldemar Augustyn <waldemar_at_nxp.com>
Date: 2004-09-07 21:11:34 CEST

Yeah, that's a no. But how about server side?

I am interested in a similar functionality but on the server side.
That is, I want to run a script that modifies files just before they're
checked-in itno the repository. This is very simple with CVS and I am
looking for ways to transfer some of my CVS scripts to SVN. So far, it
appears, svn does not allow it. Does it?

Lee Merrill wrote:

> Hi Gustavo,
> Well, I think it's called "cd /usr/bin; mv svn svn.save; vi svn;
> case $1 in; commit) etc. etc.; exec svn.save ..." Such fun!
> Lee
>> Is it possible to execute something locally before a commit and after
>> a checkout?
>> I have some scripts that I need to run everytime I do that. I would
>> be great if I could configure svn to do that automatically, instead
>> of having to remember to run those .bat files
>> Regards
>> Gustavo

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