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RE: Best Pratices

From: Giulio T <giulio.troccoli_at_uk.linedata.com>
Date: Thu, 8 Jan 2009 10:11:43 +0000

> Now that I have the access file issue fixed. I am working on some post-
> commit hooks and I was wondering about the following:
> 1. Do people use a post checkin hook to auto update the hooks directory?
> 2. Along with 1, if you have more than 1 repo do you have 1 place where
> you keep your hooks and have the post checkin hook do the update to
> multiple locations?
> 3. Any problems with post checkin update?
> I looked through the SVN book and user group but I didn't see any ideas.
> If this has been asked before, I apologize.
> Thank you,
> Thanks
> Joe

Hi Joe,

I have 5 "code" repositories and 1 "hook" repository. All "code" repositories' hooks are symbolic links to a WC of the "hook" repository (I use Linux).

When I commit anything to the "hook" repository its post-commit hooks automatically updates the "hook" WC.

It has happen in the past that the post-commit hook basically updates itself, but I have never had a problem.


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