RE: RE: Can I have one post-commit script for all my repositories?
Date: Tue, 11 Mar 2008 16:28:00 +0100
You can also skip step 2 and change step 4 to:
Step 4: Link the script in new_repos/hooks/ so it keeps up to date with the master script. (Linux: ln -s <path-to-global_svn_scripts>/<scriptname> <path-to-new-repos/hooks/<script-name>
Step 1: Create the real scripts in a global dir. /global_svn_scripts
Step 2: create a master hooks directory (/master_hooks) containing the
Step 3: Create a repos, new_repos
Step 4: copy master_hooks/* new_repos/hooks/.
From: Dyrson Rodrigues [mailto:dyrson_at_pbh.gov.br]
I have a post-commit script running fine for one repository. I'd like to
I notice the existence of a hooks directory in the root installation
So this is my question. Is there a way to have one post-commit script
Thanks in advance.
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