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Re: Any news on client side hook scripts?

From: Brooke Smith <novorivus_at_optusnet.com.au>
Date: 2005-08-09 23:26:11 CEST

Hi Markus,

You could put your svn script in the $PATH before Subversion's svn
and thru it call Subversions's svn directly (ie. pass thru 'svn ci'
etc and with 'svn up' do whatever you need to do and then call 'svn
up' - with all calls using the absolute path name to svn).



On 25/07/2005, at 6:47 PM, Markus Tacker wrote:

> Hoi Bryan,
> Bryan Dyck wrote:
>> Hmm... that doesn't sound a whole lot different from writing a
>> shell script that wraps an 'svn up' operation on a particular
>> repository path with whatever custom action you need to take - in
>> your case, regenerating your database.
> I know what you mean. But this would mean, that after introducing
> this
> update script an relase 1234 I would have to tell the users to use
> this script instead of svn up.
> --
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