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From: Jörg Sommer <joerg_at_alea.gnuu.de>
Date: 2006-05-06 17:50:19 CEST

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has the svn client any mechanism to run a command before and after a
commit? I would like to apply a patch after I've commited my changes and
revert it before I commit.

I manage latex files with svn. Some of the users use emacs and preview
latex, but not all users use emacs. Some of them have problems. So it
would be the best that only the emacs and preview latex users add this

A good way would be to apply a local patch to their working copy that
inserts the corresponding lines.

Sometimes it's needed to have local changes they become not public. Can
svn help?

Regards, Jörg.

Ein Optimist ist in der Regel ein Zeitgenosse, der ungenuegend informiert ist.
                                                           (John B. Priestley)

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