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Question about hooks (mirroring/svnreplicate)

From: Spike Cacti <spike_cacti_at_yahoo.com>
Date: 2006-07-26 16:51:51 CEST

I am trying to fix svnreplicate from :


I have added lots of locks/logs/etc... Everything look fine except for this little problem : The script is not notified of problems (like a commit on an non-updated file, or anything that causes an interuption after the start-commit hook (which locks the master server in my setup). This leaves the master server in a locked state and has to be manually removed.

I am looking for a way to trap errors (I say that most are logged to apache and wrote a little something to trap the errors in the log file). The only error I haven't found out how to get is when someone "cancels" a commit.

So I need a way to either catch these errors or to make tests to know if there is any activity on a repository. Is there a way to know if there is activity on a repo ?

Im open to suggestions and will publish the resulting scripts to the lsit if it ends up working :-) My goal was to create something that could mirror SVN reposotories and accept commits both on any server.

Or maybe is there a better solution ? Documentation on SVK to create a mirror is far from excellent. It's more a discussion between 2 guys...:-(


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