David Weintraub made a very nice perl script
(pre-commit-access-control-hook.pl) that expands upon the
commit-access-control.pl script. I'm not sure why this never replaced the
commit-access-control.pl. Anyhow, this script will control access, along
with the ability to check for the svn:needs-lock property, ban filenames
with spaces, ban illegal characters, ban certain file types from the
repository, etc.. Hopefully this will solve your problem, but I haven't
tested your situation.
The two files are attached and are fairly self explanatory.
>I need a hook script that will either check to make sure svn:needs-lock is
>set for all files or a hook script that will set svn:needs-lock for all
>I have the following hook script that works but only for files WITHOUT
>spaces in the file name...
>Could someone help me by suggestiong how I can improve the following script
>or perhaps they have written one that works that I could modify.
>Here is my pre-commit script:
># Arguments passed to the script.
># Get the list of files (but not directories) that were added or whose
>properties were modified.
>the_files=`$SVNLOOK changed -t "$TXN" "$REPO" | $SED -n
>for a_file in $the_files; do
> # Attempt to get the svn:needs-lock property.
> $SVNLOOK propget -t "$TXN" "$REPO" svn:needs-lock "$a_file" >/dev/null
> # Exit and alert if an error occurred doing that.
> if [ $? -ne 0 ]; then
> echo "File $a_file doesn't have the svn:needs-lock property set."
> echo "Repository policy dictates that all files must set the
>svn:needs-lock property." 1>&2
> exit 1
># If we haven't exited by now, everything must be fine.
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