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Re: post-commit hook

From: Christopher Ness <chris_at_nesser.org>
Date: 2005-02-24 20:15:41 CET

On Tue, 2005-22-02 at 21:53 +0200, Graham Leggett wrote:
> Matthew Galati wrote:
> > I can get my post-commit hook to work fine command line. But, when
> > actually committing a file, it does not seem to execute the hook. I
> > added a simple 'echo "blah" >> /tmp/testfile' to check this. It does not
> > seem to to execute the script. How can I go about checking some log to
> > tell if it even tried to execute my hook? Is there some way to trace
> > what subversion is doing? is their a verbose mode of some sort?
> Check that your hook is called "post-commit" and not "post-commit.tmpl".
> Also check that the hook is executable, and if the hook is a script,
> that the bang path to #!/bin/sh (or whatever) is correct.

Something else to try is to use no environment when calling your script.
   $ env -i /path/to/script.sh

Check out the man page for env, but the -i flag does it for me.


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