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Re: Running Hook script on Windows

From: Nathan Kidd <nathan-svn_at_spicycrypto.ca>
Date: 2006-05-09 23:29:06 CEST

Daniell, Casey B wrote:
> Ok, I am having trouble getting my SVN hook script to run automatically
> under windows, it runs fine by hand (I have the path info included in
> it). When it run manually it creates a file in the C drive that I can
> see, so I know its operating, however, when it should run under windows
> I get nothing, help?
> Its located in the hooks directory of the repository where the checkin
> is occurring, and has been renamed to post-commit.bat as per the
> instructions, what am I missing to get this file called?

To find out what's going wrong:

1. rename post-commit.bat post-commit2.bat

2. create new post-commit.bat with one line like this:

   call %~dp0post-commit2.bat %* > c:\logfile.txt 2>&1



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