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Triggering post-commit Hook?

From: Fred Rosenblatt <fRosenblatt_at_authenticlick.net>
Date: 2007-05-08 19:32:33 CEST

I went through the archive looking for an answer but didn't see anything
exactly answering my question. Sorry if it's there.


I have a post commit.bat file in XP that calls postt-commit.pl to send
an email on commit. All the paths are fully qualified, and running the
post commit.bat from the command line in fact works to send the email.
However, no email is sent when an "svn commit" command is executed.


My question is, what exactly is it that causes "svn commit" to execute
the hook script? Is there an additional command or option hat is
required, or merely the existence of post commit.bat in a particular
directory, or ?


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