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Re: post-commit hook

From: Andy Berdan <berdandy_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-01-03 20:12:35 CET

> So how to let the server side to commit to the repository when called by
> the Post-commit hook from subversion repository?

What about queueing up the log files in a directory, and having a
watchdog process (cron job, daemon, whatever) commit those files?

Or, you may be able to perform a commit without a watchdog, if you
spawn another process from the script (using, say, "bash
/usr/local/bin/my_commit_script.sh&"). I'm not 100% sure on this,

In addition, you may want to use the post-commit hook return value to
invalidate the faulty commit (if you aren't already).

Good luck.

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