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Hook Files Question

From: Jake Stone <jake.the.stone_at_gmail.com>
Date: Sat, 15 Aug 2009 22:36:40 -0500


I am running Subversion via Apache on Windows, and am writing a few
batch script hooks, to do simple things like enforce a non-empty log
message. To do some of these tasks, I create (and overwrite) small text
files in the hooks directory, such as "email.txt" or similar.

I'm wondering about what might happen if while Person A is making Commit
A, another Person B will try to start Commit B. Since Subversion is
atomic, I do not have to worry about any commit B starting before commit
A is done, correct? In other words, these batch file hooks cannot step
on each other using common file names, because each commit finishes
before the next begins, correct?

Thanks for the help!
Jake Stone


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