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RE: Commit/Update log or hook?

From: Walden H. Leverich <WaldenL_at_techsoftinc.com>
Date: 2006-10-25 20:56:32 CEST

>...who checks out/updates code from my repository ...

If by "check out" you mean copies code _from_ the repository _to_ their
local machine I'm not aware of a hook that would should that. I'd guess
you might get something from the Apache logs (if you're using Apache)
but there's nothing in subversion itself to log a read. Obviously code
can only be read by someone that has the correct authority in authz.

As for "update", there are several hooks you can grab, if you're simply
logging the post-commit is probably the best. But what do you mean by
"from where"? Are you looking for a remote IP or something? I don't
think that will show anywhere in the subversion hook (user will), so
again you'd have to look at the Apache log (if you're using Apache).


Walden H Leverich III
Tech Software
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