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RE: Hooks on WinXP with cygwin/bash

From: Weintraub, David <David.Weintraub_at_ilex.com>
Date: 2005-04-08 20:36:15 CEST

I use Cygwin on Windows XP, but I've been using the Cygwin Subversion server
(/usr/lib/subversion/bin/svnserve.exe) or, I'll use the Cygwin version of
the Subversion client without a server process. In both of these cases,
Subversion runs Perl and Bash scripts without any problem.

However, the Windows XP was just a playbox where I could test Subversion and
see how it works. My actual repository sits on a Solaris box running Apache.

-----Original Message-----
From: Gunnar Grim [mailto:gugrim.2@telia.com]
Sent: Thursday, April 07, 2005 2:49 PM
To: users@subversion.tigris.org
Subject: Hooks on WinXP with cygwin/bash


I'd like to write my hooks (post-commit etc) as bash scripts instead of
exe or bat files. I realize that I can make a simple wrapper bat file
for each script, that invokes bash, but I assume that I will have
slightly better performance if there was some way I could tell
subversion to skip that step and run bash directly. Anyone knows if this
is possible?


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