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Re: Post-commit + Svn Update + Windows 2003 arghh

From: <allan_at_muly.dk>
Date: 2006-06-09 11:30:05 CEST

Quoting Gonzalo Bourdieu <gonzalobourdieu@gmail.com>:

> Everything works fine, except the post-commit hook that is written in C#
> with .net 2.0,
> this post-commit, basically creates a process (svn update) and after that
> writes a new line
> in something that intends to be a log.
> When i run post-commit.exe from command line, everything works fine, but
> when it is
> triggered by SVN, it writes the log, but doesn't make the svn update.
> All paths are correct, and i've tried every solution found in the archive
> without success
> The output generated by svn update is empty (i realize this when i write it
> on the log)
> So i really don't know what it is.
> I've tried to move the WC to the Repository server, thinking that some type
> of permissions
> where broking everything, but the Local WC wasn't update neither.
> The only thing that i can imagine is that apache doesn't have permissions to
> create a process, but i dont understand why there is no error.

maybe you can post your post.commit.bat file [or its essentials] which
presumably starts the c# hook exe file?

so your 'svn update' command works in the sense that is actuallty run, or ?
otherwise you might try the full path to svn.exe


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