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Re: using custom hooks

From: Floris van der Ploeg <fvdploeg_at_xs4all.nl>
Date: Tue, 15 Jan 2008 14:19:26 +0100 (CET)

> 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.

Ah cool...
But you did manage to get this working? If so: how did you do it? Because
we're in charge on how to install various SVN servers...

>> 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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