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Re: New Directories Not Updated on Post-Commit Hook

From: Erik Huelsmann <ehuels_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-09-03 19:42:29 CEST

On 9/3/06, David James <list-subversion@davidjamesdesign.com> wrote:
> I am working for an organization that has imposed a very odd svn/
> development setup. Basically, we all have to use svn (update, commit
> etc), but we can't work with our own working copies (i.e. develop and
> test). Every change we make to the code (even a color change in a css
> file!) we have to commit it, then the repository does a post-commit
> hook script which updates the development server, so we can see our
> changes. We are already up to 800 revisions and most of the messages
> in svn log are blank or say things like "changed stuff".
> Because I am at the bottom of the totem-pole in this company, all I
> can do is accept the wonky situation (I have tried to explain what is
> wrong with it and how to improve it, to no avail). Anyways, I needed
> to just talk about it ;) but the main problem now, is that the post-
> commit hook is not adding new directories, only new files to the
> development server. For instance, if the directory already exists,
> then new files are added to it. But if it does not exist, then
> nothing is created (directory or files).
> I have checked to make sure (in my working copy) that the directories
> are under version control, and they are.
> Here is the script they are using:
> REPOS="$1"
> REV="$2"
> DELTADIR=`/usr/bin/svnlook dirs-changed -r "$REV" "$REPOS"`
> /usr/bin/svn update -N /home/devel/$DELTADIR

Ofcoure it doesn't: -N means 'non-recursive' and will ignore any
targets not LOCALLY under version control. It will work as soon as you
remove the -N and just update the development working copy root. But I
guess that's what you mean by your strangely imposed workflow?



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