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Re: post-commit from web gets old revision number

From: Marilyn Davis <marilyn_at_deliberate.com>
Date: 2005-02-08 07:47:35 CET

On Tue, 8 Feb 2005, Ryan Schmidt wrote:

> On 08.02.2005, at 00:18, Marilyn Davis wrote:
> > When I commit, I do it from the command line and post-commit works
> > just fine, sending us email with the output of some svnlook calls.
> > Very nice!
> >
> > But, when my co-worker commits from the web, the post-commit script is
> > passed an old revision number, in fact, the last REV that I created
> > from the command line. Everything still works, but we just keep
> > getting mail about my last commit, instead of his new commit.
> What does it mean "commits from the web"? Using what tool?

He uses Tortoise SVN.

Thank you.



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