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RE: Windows hook scripts [GFI-T62621-43343AFAF33B7517]

From: Mark Withington <mwithington_at_PLMresearch.com>
Date: 2005-09-19 22:37:01 CEST

This is really strange. I commit to my repository two separate times, the
.exe files (e.g. post-commit.exe) runs but the .bat files (e.g.
post-commit.bat) do not. I have my repository on one machine and working
copy on another, using tortoise as a client (with the bugtraq variable set
in the properties file). Anyone have any suggested?

Thanks,

Mark

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Mark L. Withington
PLMresearch
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> -----Original Message-----
> From: Jeff Cave [mailto:jeff.cave@sunergon.com]
> Sent: Monday, September 19, 2005 3:37 PM
> To: plmrsrch@plmresearch.com
> Subject: RE: Windows hook scripts [GFI-T62621-43343AFAF33B7517]
>
>
> I have a sample of a pre-commit hook script that I use to
> enforce some locking rules for one of our projects. I used a
> batch file to redirect to a Windows Scripting file. I doubt
> it is the most efficient example of how to do something like
> this, but it works.
>
> If you get it working, would you mind sending me a copy? We
> aren't using Mantis, but I would like to look into
> integrating SVN with our Issue Tracker at some point.
>
> Jeff Cave
> Sunergon Information Services, Inc.
> (403)247-1723
>

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