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Modifying script for Windows

From: Butler, Frances H (FHB) <butlerfh_at_y12.doe.gov>
Date: 2005-05-31 20:44:45 CEST


Your suggestion made good sense. Thanks for forwarding, and I've pasted it

You would most likely need to link the the exact location of the python
binary and the svnlook binary. For example if your svnlook binary is located
in the C:\Program Files\Subversion\bin\ folder, you would need to use
C:\Program Files\Subversion\bin\svnlook.exe for the file it needs to execute.
Also you are going to need the exact location of the python binary.

Now, I seem to be having problems calling the svnlook.exe correctly. I
surrounded it in quotes (tried both single and double), but still have an

"Commit failed. Pre-commit hook failed with error output:
C:\Python23\pythonw.exe: can't open file 'C:\Program

Is this a "Windo-ism?" Can't figure out why this is a problem. I am able to
run svnlook from command line (as same user/credentials) as expected. I'm
not a batch file guru, so any additional thoughts you might have would be


Received on Tue May 31 20:47:53 2005

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