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Re: Tracking checkouts

From: Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2006c_at_ryandesign.com>
Date: 2006-08-05 01:11:19 CEST

On Aug 4, 2006, at 17:56, Jon McDonald wrote:

> I'm trying to use subversion with the svnserve for remote access.
> I would
> like to be able to track the remote locations that users are
> setting up. I
> see the hooks for commits but I don't see any hook for checkout.
> Is there
> any way to log user checkouts? Specifically I'd like to know the
> user,
> machine IP and path the archive is being checked out to, but I'd be
> happy
> with the user and machine IP.

The server is never informed of the location at which the client has
chosen to check something out, so you cannot track that.

I have been able to fake a post-checkout hook, but only if you use
Subversion 1.3 or greater and serve the repository with Apache, not
svnserve. See:


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