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Re: post-commit hook not firing over svn+ssh (Subclipse)

From: Bradley Wagner <bradley.wagner_at_hannonhill.com>
Date: 2006-05-02 01:05:24 CEST

You're absolutely right. When I made that an absolute path,
everything worked fine. Thanks a lot.


On May 1, 2006, at 6:16 PM, Ryan Schmidt wrote:

> Please send replies to the list too, so everyone can benefit from
> the discussion.
> On May 2, 2006, at 00:08, Bradley Wagner wrote:
>>> The standard advice is to make sure that all paths in the script
>>> are absolute, and to insert "echo" statements at strategic points
>>> in the script which send output to a logfile which you can check
>>> to see if the script is reaching a particular line.
>>> If you can send us your hook script, maybe we can see the problem...
>> Here's my post-commit script:
> [snip]
>> REPOS="$1"
>> REV="$2"
>> ./commit-email.pl "$REPOS" "$REV" bradley.wagner@hannonhill.com
>> # log-commit.py --repository "$REPOS" --revision "$REV"
>> and the commit-email lives in the same directory and is just the
>> out of the box commit-email.pl script with execute privileges for
>> everyone.
> Yes, you'll have to specify the absolute path to that. Hook scripts
> run without an incredibly minimal environment, including without a
> current working directory (on Unix-like systems; on Windows
> systems, I'm told, the current working directory is set, though
> it's not the one that might be expected, so using absolute paths is
> still recommended).
> /complete/path/to/commit-email.pl "$REPOS" "$REV" email@addy
>> Can I just pipe "echo" to a file: "echo 'here' > log.debug"?
> Right, except again you'll have to specify the full path to the file.
> echo before sending mail > /complete/path/to/log.debug
> I believe /bin is in the PATH when the hook runs, so it's not
> necessary to call "echo" as "/bin/echo", though, of course, if it
> fails, try calling it as /bin/echo instead.

Bradley Mitchell Wagner
Software Developer
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