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post-revprop-change on master to sync and post-revprop-change on slave to send mail

From: Jan-H. Jagla <jhjagla_at_gams.com>
Date: 2007-05-23 15:47:43 CEST


I synchronize my master repository including revprop changes using the
post-revprop-change hook on the master (which is on a Windows machine).
On the slave (on a unix box) I use the post-revprop-change hook to send
an email using propchange-enmail.pl

Now my problem:
After a revprop change into the master and the successful
synchronization to the slave, the slave repository always calls its
post-revprop-change script with second argument being 0 (and not the
actual revision number that has being changed). Thus, the email script
doesn't work since it needs the revision being greater than zero.
Just using a fixed number works but doesn't make sense since I'd
definitely like to know which revision's property was changed.

Can somebody help me?

Thanks in advance

Jan-H. Jagla                        mailto:jhjagla@gams.com
GAMS Development Corporation             GAMS Software GmbH
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