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RE: testing hooks locally

From: Barnett, Chris <Chris.Barnett_at_Yum.com>
Date: 2006-01-24 00:05:00 CET

Which hook script are you trying to test?

If it's post-commit or start-commit, it's easy - just run them from the
shell. You just need to make sure you're the user that normally operates
on the repository (the apache/svnserve user), and that you're passing
the appropriate arguments.

If it's pre-commit, that's a bit more difficult as you need a
transaction number instead of a revision number.

I'm not sure about the other hook scripts.

 - Chris

From: Hill, Don [WHQKH] [mailto:Don.A.Hill@united.com]
Sent: Tuesday, 24 January 2006 9:37 AM
To: users@subversion.tigris.org
Subject: testing hooks locally



I have a large number of files and what I want to know is there any way
to process the hooks without doing a commit, if I have a hook that
requires some copyright and files don't have them will fail, what I want
is a way to run the hooks before I attempt to commit the files.



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