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Re: Probably a simple problem with hook script

From: Dan Shookowsky <dshookowsky_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-07-11 15:12:24 CEST

On 7/10/06, Gavin Lambert <gavinl@compacsort.com> wrote:
> Quoth Dan Shookowsky <mailto:dshookowsky@gmail.com>:
> > I'm writing a hook script to update a working copy on
> > post-commit. The target platforms are Windows for both the
> > apache/subversion server and for the working copy location.
> > The working copy is located on a separate box from the
> > apache/subversion server. The issue right now is that the
> > hook executes but fails with no indication of what happened.
> [...]
> > The actual command line looks like this:
> > svn update "\\UNCPathToWC" --username "domain\user"
> > --password "password" > E:\logs\post-commit.log
> If it's writing to stderr rather than stdout then you'd need to redirect
> that as well. I think you put 2>&1 or 2&>1 (I forget which) at the end
> of the command line to do that.

Thanks for the tip...I was getting used to all the other shortcomings
of the windows command shell and didn't expect stderr redirection to
be in there...this should help.

BTW it's 2>&1


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