In the pre-commit hook you can use svnlook to get the path of what is
actually being committed. Mind that you don't have a revision number in
the pre-commit hook, but a transaction. You can use svnlook with either.
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From: Jared Sheehan [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: 28 November 2007 16:20
Subject: SVN Hooks.
I integrated SVN with TeamTrack Recently to verify that a certain Defect
was in the TeamTrack database. My question is that we have a client
using this repository as well. They do not want to have to check in
based on Defects. I want to limit our checkins, not theirs. They are
on a different branch in the same repository. How would i handle this
with my pre-commit hook if they are checking in. The repository path is
passed to my pre-commit.bat which does not help me, and the revision
number is being passed which doesn't help me either. What should i
parse to make sure that their particular branch is being checked into
and not mine. I assume a path name or some such. Question is where
would i find that path name. For instance under my repository are two
projects: TheirProject, and MyProject. I need to make sure that on a
checkin to TheirProject then their is no defect checking in TeamTrack.
On a checkin to MyProject then I need to limit the checkins. Thanks..
Jared A. Sheehan
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Received on Wed Nov 28 17:28:48 2007