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Re: using custom hooks

From: Andy Levy <andy.levy_at_gmail.com>
Date: Tue, 15 Jan 2008 07:03:19 -0500

On Jan 15, 2008 6:17 AM, Floris van der Ploeg <fvdploeg_at_xs4all.nl> wrote:
> Is there a way to use PowerShell Scripts as Hook Scripts?
> Changing the Filetype Association for .ps1 files didn't do the job.
> Currently, I've create a workaround by kicking off a cmd script which, in
> turn, runs the PowerShell.exe command and passes the arguments. This,
> however, doesn't return the correct exit code from my PowerShell script.
> So there could be 2 possible solutions:
> 1. enabling powershell support for hook scripts

I poked around at this about a year ago with a couple SVN devs, though
it was for WSH scripts (.WSH extension), not PowerShell. Ultimately we
came to the conclusion that it wasn't practical; because an
interpreter was required, we had to specify the full path to that
interpreter, and that can vary from system to system. Went back to the
solution you're using now.

> 2. passing the exit code from the powershell script to the cmd script (but
> does anybody know how to do this??)

That's a CMD.exe or maybe batch question I think. I'm sure MS has it
documented but TechNet doesn't seem to like Safari.

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