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Post-script not executing even after setting the permissions.

From: Deepan R Venkatesh <deepan.deepan_at_gmail.com>
Date: Sun, 23 Mar 2008 10:32:14 +0530


   I have started using the SVN from some months back and I am facing
a problem in updating my working copy, which I have been checked out
in the local server. To be more clear,

1. I will be creating a svn repos in my server.
2. I will check out a working copy in the svn server itself and make
an alias entry in httpd.conf to browse the repos
3. I have a post-commit script under the hook folder and the command
"/usr/bin/svn update -q <repos> -r HEAD--username user --password
xxxxxx" is executing in that thru shell script.
4. The permission for the SVN repos is 775 and the owner is apache.

  The Problem is, when ever I add and commit a file in the repository
using tortoise svn client, the commited file is not appearing under
the repository. The post-commit script is not getting executed.

 Someone please advice me on this how to solve this issue.

Thanks in advance,

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Received on 2008-03-23 06:02:33 CET

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