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Re: Hooks and parameters

From: Eric Lemes <ericlemes_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-05-24 00:30:23 CEST

Hello François,

In CVS, I saw some plugins that parses the log message, obtaining some tags
to do different actions. Ex.: A CVS + Mantis integrations looks for #Issue:
Blah# in the log message. If it has some, change the issue "Blah" status in
mantis based on this tag.

This is an approach. Not so beatiful, but works.


Eric Lemes

On 5/23/06, Bob Proulx <bob@proulx.com> wrote:
> François wrote:
> > Is it possible to send custom parameters to hooks? And if so, does
> Tortoise
> > SVN allow it?
> No. The hook interface is defined in the subversion server code. You
> would need to patch the code and recompile in order to change it.
> The TortoiseSVN interface works on the client side. Hooks are
> triggered on the server not the client. Your TortoiseSVN client like
> any other client would cause the server to trigger the hooks.
> > My goal is to be able to switch between two different actions in a
> > post-commit, depending on the user's input.
> There is no way to do what you are asking. Things are not set up that
> way. Please provide a little more detail. What are you trying to do?
> The post-commit is non-interactive. It is invoked *after* the
> commit. It is too late to affect the commit at that time. In the
> pre-commit you are not allowed to modify the transaction. The
> template documents what can and cannot be done in pre-commit.
> Bob
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Received on Wed May 24 00:31:54 2006

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