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Re: SVN Commit

From: Eric Lemes <ericlemes_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-06-13 15:22:41 CEST

Hello Rich,

The main question is the environment variables... one of the specials is

A good way to debug your script is set the apache user (not on a production
server) to your user.

Then SET all your environment vars to nothing and try to run the script.

Eric Lemes

On 6/12/06, Richard Kroll <richard@sitemanageware.com> wrote:
> Hello all,
> I'm new to this list and am having some trouble that I hope someone here
> might be able to help me out with. I did a search of the archives and
> could not find a response to this particular problem.
> We currently have SVN running on our QA windows server with apache 2 as
> the web server. The repository has been created and everything is
> working great. My problem comes when I'm trying to get the physical
> files out of the repository. I checked out the repository to a
> directory on our QA server and am attempting to create a post-commit
> script that will run svn update on the checked out directory. I've read
> that when people are having problems is generally due to the fact that
> the user does not have permissions to run the file, but I'm unsure how
> to set this up on windows.
> I'm assuming this is a common problem, but I can't figure out what I'm
> doing wrong, so any info would be greatly appreciated.
> Rich
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