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Re: Can I check out/access the hook scripts remotely through the svn client?

From: Martin Schayna <mschayna_at_aktis.cz>
Date: 2005-07-16 09:23:27 CEST

Jeff Vincent wrote:
> I was just wondering if there was an equivalent to the
> "cvs checkout CVSROOT" command so that I can modify my hook scripts (I
> can't find any). The SVN server is managed by our IS&T department and I
> don't have physical (or ssh) access.

Just make your scripts as part of your regular repository, but keep
them in special folder besides standard trunk/branches/tags, e.g.
hooks. Update & commit changes from your working copy as normal, but
in post-commit script (running on server) copy new versions of
scripts to hooks directory in your repository.

You can combine this with standard solution for rights by pre-commit
script and allow only you to change files in hooks folder in repo.

Martin Schayna

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