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

From: Tim Bruijnzeels <tim.bruijnzeels_at_int.greenpeace.org>
Date: 2006-01-18 16:12:10 CET

Paul Koning wrote:
>>>>>>"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.

Ahh, I assumed this would lead you to the old, active if you will,
copies instead of the new files. I'll give it a go. Thanks,


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