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Re: Re: using custom hooks

From: si <sshnug.si_at_gmail.com>
Date: Wed, 16 Jan 2008 11:49:06 +1030


Just like to add that (on windows) if you're implementing a
post-commit hook, if the hook process has the potential to be
time-consuming and you don't want the client left waiting, verify that
the process is being spawned.

A simple way to test this is placing a delay in your script and then
performing a trivial commit; if the client is left waiting based on
your delay, it's not spawning.

Note that I haven't tested this issue on more recent svn releases, but
it was a problem on windows for svn >= v1.3.1, so I ended up writing a
simple program to resolve this (google hookstart)


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