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Re: Can I refuse commits containing virus infected files on the server?

From: Paul Koning <pkoning_at_equallogic.com>
Date: 2006-01-18 15:54:39 CET

>>>>> "Tim" == Tim Bruijnzeels <tim.bruijnzeels@int.greenpeace.org> writes:

 Tim> Hi all, Before I go into any background, details and my own
 Tim> ideas about this, my basic question is:

 Tim> Is it possible to refuse commits to a subversion repository
 Tim> based on the content of files that are being committed? And if
 Tim> so, how?

Sure. In the pre-commit script, in the list of changes (svnlook
changed) find the paths that are added or modified. Pick up each file
(svnlook cat) and scan it. If you find bad stuff, have the script
exit with error status.


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