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Re: How do I get an svn repository to send an email out when a commit happens?

From: Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2009b_at_ryandesign.com>
Date: Sat, 10 Oct 2009 02:35:51 -0500

On Oct 9, 2009, at 21:37, Ed Young wrote:

> I'm not sure how this installation of svn was installed so I can't
> find the tools/hook-scripts directory to experiment with commit-email.pl
> .

You can get all the tools and contributed scripts directly from the
official Subversion repository.

Note that commit-email.pl is deprecated; it's now recommended that you
use mailer.py but it serves a similar purpose.

> Is there a way to simply add the email configuration to the web dav
> descriptor in ssl.conf?

No. The only way to do this is to write a post-commit hook script,
ideally a one-liner that calls an existing tool like mailer.py.

> It appears to be a CollabNet-Subversion installation but I don't see
> the hook-scripts dir or any helpful script directories.

I haven't used CollabNet's distribution of Subversion so I don't know
where it puts stuff.


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