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Re: SVN hook to show a message after commit

From: Brad Bruce <NJBrad007_at_OptOnline.net>
Date: Thu, 29 Jan 2009 07:47:35 -0500

Osama wrote:
> Hello,
> I want to write a SVN hook that should check a file committed like *.txt. If user has committed .txt file then he should receive an extra message in commit log. Like <<"abcdef.txt file committed. Plase do ... also">>.
> I am trying to implement this on windows 2003 server. Can any body help here to achieve this or please send me a similar batch script which could help me.
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Sorry, as I remember, only error messages are sent back. The only way
to send a message back is to fail the commit.

Brad Bruce


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