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Re: Feature Request: Identify new "copy" entries from pre-commit hook

From: Christopher Ness <chris_at_nesser.org>
Date: 2005-09-20 01:50:04 CEST

On Mon, 2005-09-19 at 14:49 -0400, Paul Dugas wrote:
> Hi all,
> I want to be able to identify new entries being added to a repository that
> are copies, rather than just straight adds, from within a pre-commit hook.
> I posted a question to this list looking for help but only got "me too"
> responses. I was about to enter it as a feature request in the issue
> tracker. Figured I'd post one more time.

svnlook changed /full/path/to/repos | grep ^C

Does the above or something like it work? Of course this only works on
the server itself, clients cannot run these commands. But since you are
talking in a hook script sense....

> I'm trying to enforce some rules on the layout of my repository. I want
> to make sure entries in /tags are copyies of /trunk. I want to make sure
> entries in /branches are copies of entries in /tags. I want to prevent
> users from using mkdir/add to create these new entries instead.

You should look for more examples of other peoples hook scripts. Mostly
the pre-commit hook scripts. I know there are some posted in the
archives of this list if you dig for them.


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