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Re: post-commit.bat to create copy of commited file

From: HAcland <hughacland_at_googlemail.com>
Date: Mon, 7 Jul 2008 03:38:24 -0700 (PDT)

Thanks Ryan,

I sort of worked out that I should be using 'svn update'. I have written the
following post-commit.bat file:

cd D:[my file path]\workingCopy\
PATH C:\Program Files\subversion\svn-win32-1.4.6\bin\;
mkdir demoDirToShowItIsBeingRunOK
svn update

This post-commit.bat file runs fine from the command line: it performs the
svn update on the required working copy. However, when I perform a commit
from a remote PC (using Tortoise) the post-commit hook runs fine (because I
can now see a newly created directory 'demoDirToShowItIsBeingRunOK') but the
crucial 'svn update' command is not being run. I am thinking this is to do
with permissions but am a loss to explain it...

any ideas?
thanks for you help,

HAcland wrote:
> Hi,
> I need subversion to automatically create a copy of the file which was
> commited in a new location on the server file system. I am aware that I
> should be using the post-commit.bat hook (Server on Win 2003) but I am
> unable to find the correct SVN or SVNADMIN utility to use. Moreover I do
> not know how I would use the two parameters which post-commit.bat has
> access to, namely: REPOS="$1" and REV="$2"
> If someone could shed some light on this I would be most grateful.
> Thanks in advanced
> Hugh

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