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RE: Detect File Move?

From: Goddard Lee <lee.goddard_at_easa.eu.int>
Date: 2005-08-31 08:46:41 CEST

> > I'm trying to find out the subcommand without running log, to
> > save time, but also to check for a move before the move
> > happens. I can find out the command-line (svn move x) using
> > "ps" (this is Unix) but I thought there may be a more
> > graceful solution.
> You assume that the user uses the default SVN command-line
> utilities to access the repository. But a user might use
> totally different client tools. Maybe tools that use DAV or
> the Subversion API directly. This cannot be caught using 'ps'.

I've been working on the assumption that I can use mod_perl on the same
request I use Apache SVN on, since AuthLDAP works on the same request.
If that is true, then it's plain sailing, and it's just the elegance of
working out what the subcommand on the command-line was. Today I shall
find out....

Nothing shall the subversion API directly: I shall forbid it!


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