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Re: [hook] how to differentiate copy or add

From: Bryan Donlan <bdonlan_at_hikari.afraid.org>
Date: 2005-02-06 05:16:05 CET

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allan juul wrote:
| hello
| i need my pre-commit script to be able to act upon invalid (invalid in
| respect to our tagging conventions)
| via "svnlook changed $repos --transaction $tnx" the script can see if
| something is added. but how does it find out whether this was happening
| via a manually "svn add; svn ci" or a "svn copy FROM_URL TO_URL" ?
| is there a handy way in a hook-script to get the actual command that
| invoked the transaction to be committed ?

You can't get the command, since that is not sent to the server. You
can, however, find out if a path is copied. Try:
svnlook history -r (revision) (path to repos) (path in repos)
If the path field differs between two lines of output, it was copied.
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