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post-commit hook - correct behaviour to client

From: allan juul <allan_at_muly.dk>
Date: 2005-04-20 20:50:30 CEST


i have noticed this behavior, which seems odd to me. can anyone verify
that this scenario is indeed correct ?

* user commits a change via commandline or tortoiseSVN

    $ svn ci -m "" file
    Sending file
    Transmitting file data ....

* post-commit (a batch file on windows 2003) invokes a perl script
* perl script sleeps say 120 seconds
* meanwhile user verifies that file is indeed committed via repository
browsing and notes the latest revision to be 434

(120 seconds pass)

* client outputs:

   Committed revision 434.

i don't understand why the client have to wait for a response from a
post-commit when it is already committed and when one cannot even return
an exit code for the client to use.


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Received on Wed Apr 20 20:52:30 2005

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