Yes, it should be.
Actually everything works in a perfect world in my example, 99.9% of the
time the commiter should see the same number. But if something goes
wrong during the update the commiter should be aware of it asap.
I can handle more problems later in the script (or in another script as
adviced in the documentation).
But this is not in the scope of my question, that is summarized in my
Andy Levy a écrit :
> On Thu, Jan 21, 2010 at 09:06, Bastien Semene
> <bsemene_at_cyanide-studio.com> wrote:
>> Hi list,
>> I currently can't get the stderr output of the post-commit hook script back
>> to the client.
>> The goal of this part of this post-commit hook script is to update a
>> specific working copy when someone commit on a particular folder, and the
>> commiter to verify the version of this working copy.
>> Everything works fine except that the client (Tortoise) doesn't display the
>> version of the working copy.
> If the WC is being updated in the post-commit, then wouldn't the
> revision number reported at the successful completion of the commit
> (standard client behavior) be the same as what you've just updated to
> in the post-commit hook?
> Am I misunderstanding something?
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