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En Mon, 03 Nov 2008 19:24:30 -0200, Howard Ha <bluespire at gmail.com> escribió: > Thanks for the prompt reply. By going through that documentation I was > able to get a script to be triggered, but I'm not sure how to get the > text being committed to be passed to the script. I've looked at the > documentation below for hints on parameters that can be passed to > scripts but none of them mention the text of the file being committed. > > http://www.cvsnt.org/manual/html/commit-files.html#syntax Unless you specify otherwise, your script receives %r/%p %<s -- that means: "the full path to a (temporary) directory in the server" as the script first argument, and "a list of filenames (one per line)" coming from stdin. pseudocode: repo_dir = argv # get first program argument for each line in stdin: file_name = read_line(stdin) full_name = repo_dir + '/' + file_name # open full_name (if it exists) and validate its contents # anything you write to stdout will be echoed on the client side # program exit code should be 0 if all went OK, and >0 to cancel the commit operation (one invocation per directory; note that the file may have been just added, modified, or deleted) -- Gabriel Genellina