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Re: "Advanced" problems with post-commit

From: Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2006c_at_ryandesign.com>
Date: 2006-07-09 19:29:22 CEST

On Jul 9, 2006, at 19:16, Michael Pfeiffer wrote:

> I want to use the post-commit hook and did the following until now:
> - renamed post-commit.tmpl to post-commit
> - edited it to use absolute paths to commit-email.pl (that is
> located in the same hook-directory)

> - made all files executable

Sounds good to me.

> - edited commit-email.pl to use absolute paths for sendmail and
> svnlook
> - edited commit-email.pl at the first appearance of $repos, here I
> had to set the absolute path to my repository directory to let
> svnlook find there pository handed over as $repos

I'm not sure why you're having to edit commit-email.pl. It's supposed
to be a self-contained script that just works. It already uses the
absolute path to sendmail (/usr/sbin/sendmail -- ok, if your sendmail
is in a different place then I'd understand why you had to edit it)
and svnlook (@SVN_BINDIR@/svnlook, where @SVN_BINDIR@ is replaced
during installation with the correct value). $repos also looks like
it is taken from the argument passed to the script, so you should not
need to change the way it's used in the script; you should just pass
your repository path to the script, exactly as the example shows:

commit-email.pl "$REPOS" "$REV" commit-watchers@example.org

If you run "env -i ./post-commit" on the command line, does it still
work? "env -i" ignores environment variables. So if it then fails to
work, you may still have relative paths around somewhere.

Another possibility: make sure the user under which your repository
runs (for example the apache user if you're serving under apache) has
the ability to read and execute the hook script and the commit-email

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