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Re: Simple post-commit hook script not working

From: Greg Kolanek <Greg.Kolanek_at_osce.org>
Date: 2005-03-03 10:23:00 CET

> Try duplicating the commands in your hook script in a command prompt
> on the server. That's the only way I've been able to track down
> post-commit script problems. I don't believe SVN itself keeps any
> logs of what happens in post-commit, but you could integrate your own
> logging into the script.

The command works fine, whether at a prompt or in the batch file. It seems Subversion simply isn’t executing the script at all.

Have I set things up properly? The file is called post-commit.bat (this is WinXP) and it’s in the hooks directory of the repository (where all the .tmpl files are). It’s executable by SYSTEM, which runs Apache and Subversion.
Received on Thu Mar 3 10:25:45 2005

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