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Re: svnserve 1.2.3 does not run hook scripts

From: Sascha Kratky <kratky-list_at_unisoftwareplus.com>
Date: 2006-03-02 14:44:48 CET


the problem seems to be related to OS X 10.3.9. I've tried the same
subversion setup on another machine running Mac OS X 10.4.5 and the
hook script seem to work there.


On 01.03.2006, at 17:50, Ryan Schmidt wrote:

> On Mar 1, 2006, at 14:46, Sascha Kratky wrote:
>> I am running svnserve 1.2.3 under Mac OS X 10.3.9. svnserve is
>> started via xinetd and seems to work OK.
>> However, I cannot get svnserve to execute hook scripts. I've set
>> up a test post-commit hook script that simply outputs its
>> arguments to the console:
>> #!/bin/sh
>> echo >/dev/console $0 $1 $2
>> The script is saved in the hooks directory of the repository under
>> the name "post-commit" and has the read and executable bit set for
>> the svn user.
>> When I commit a new version to the repository the script does not
>> seem to be run, i.e., no output appears in the console.
>> The script works as expected if I run it as "env - ./post-commit"
>> from the command line.
> Interesting idea with the console. Never occurred to me. It works
> for me with Subversion 1.3.0 on Mac OS X 10.4.5 PPC with a
> repository accessed via the file:// protocol. So that gives you
> several things to try, to narrow down the problem: upgrade
> Subversion to 1.3.0 (a good idea anyway); access your repo via
> file:// instead of svn://; upgrade Mac OS X.
> And before you get into all that, you didn't say if you're doing
> this already or if you tried this, but try letting any user read
> and execute the post-commit hook (chmod 755 post-commit).

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