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SVN Hook (pre-commit): Commit failed, but why? PHP exit code 255, why?

From: Daniela Waranie <typo3-community_at_gmx.de>
Date: Tue, 15 Sep 2009 14:57:45 +0200

Hi all,

i try to setup a pre-commit hook for subversion.

But i get these messages:
Error: Commit failed (details follow):
Error: Commit blocked by pre-commit hook (exit code 255) with no output.
when i try to make a commit with TortoiseSVN.

When i have this:
in my pre-commit script it should have the exit code 0 and add the file
to the repository. But i always get the above error. Why?

I tried to run the above pre-commit script from the command line with
the same user (as for the subversion/apache is used) it is processed by
PHP well (saying to me i did not enter the arguments - that`s true, that
was my test about :-).

So, from my point of view, the above path (/usr/bin/php5) is correct and
the pre-hook script is called by subversion, and the interpreter starts

To find the problem i changes the settings in all my php.ini files to:
error_log = /tmp/phperror.log
log_errors = On

But after i did a further commit with the above error message in
tortoiseSVN i can not find a phperror.log in my system (find / -type f
-name "phperror.log") at all. This leads me to the conclusion that no
error occured on php runtime.

Why do i get exit code 255?
Any ideas?

Best regards
Daniela Waranie


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