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RE: Detect File Move?

From: Goddard Lee <lee.goddard_at_easa.eu.int>
Date: 2005-08-30 14:35:37 CEST

> On Aug 30, 2005, at 5:21 AM, Goddard Lee wrote:
> >> From: Goddard Lee [mailto:lee.goddard@easa.eu.int]
> >> What is the best (cheapest, most economical, quickest to
> >> operate) way to detect a file (and/or directory) move?
> >
> > Forgot to say, is there a better solution than post-commit doing
> > "log -v
> > $REPO" and looking for:
> >
> > A /dir/test.txt (from /test.txt:7)
> > D /test.txt
> Nope, that's exactly what an 'svn move' looks like: a copy
> and delete.

Is there a better way to find it out will happen/is happening/has

> > Is there no way to know who called svn?
> I don't understand the question. Are you allowing anonymous
> (unauthenticated) commits?

Sorry: better phrased with svn-terminology, I think, is: is there a way
for hook to know what sub-command will be/is being/has been executed?
If I renamed svn to svn-real, my svn would see its first agument as, for
example, 'mv' ...?


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