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Re: Is it a bug or by design?

Author tumanyan
Full name Serge Tumanyan
Date 2010-05-06 13:33:41 PDT
Message Stefan,

> http://code.google.c​om/p/tortoisesvn/wik​i/IssueTracker?tm=3


Done. I am not sure that everything is done correctly - the google issue
tracker is not state of the art for accessibility, but the summary and the
description seem to be quite fine - I hesitate about other fields.

Thank you.

Serge.

Re: Is it a bug or by design?

Author steveking
Full name Stefan Küng
Date 2010-05-06 10:42:29 PDT
Message On 06.05.2010 19:38, Serge Tumanyan wrote:
> Stefan,
>
>> Can you file an issue for this please?
>> Just add a feature request that the hook script(s) should also get
>> invoked for switch/checkout.
>
> Sure. What exact issue tracker are you using right now for the project - it
> is hosted now on two host at the same time and I can not decide what of them
> should be used for that?

http://code.google.c​om/p/tortoisesvn/wik​i/IssueTracker?tm=3

Stefan

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Re: Is it a bug or by design?

Author tumanyan
Full name Serge Tumanyan
Date 2010-05-06 10:38:14 PDT
Message Stefan,

> Can you file an issue for this please?
> Just add a feature request that the hook script(s) should also get
> invoked for switch/checkout.

Sure. What exact issue tracker are you using right now for the project - it
is hosted now on two host at the same time and I can not decide what of them
should be used for that?

Serge.

Re: Is it a bug or by design?

Author steveking
Full name Stefan Küng
Date 2010-05-06 10:14:41 PDT
Message On 06.05.2010 13:30, Serge Tumanyan wrote:
> Hello, Simon.
>
>>> I has tryed to use TSVN client hooks and ran into a trouble:
>>> I have added a post update hook and assumed that this one should work
>>> after
>>> the checkout, switch and update commands but found out that it works only
>>> after the update command. Is this by design or it is a bug? If this by
>>> design - can the hooks for checkout and switch commands be added to TSVN?
>>> It
>>> reduces productivity when you can not recompile the WC after the checkout
>>> in
>>> one step or after switching branches immediately and need to start a
>>> false
>>> update process to start a script. The missing hooks for the switch
>>> command
>>> tortures me especially much because I usually use switch command really
>>> often for my development tasks.
>> Why checkout? The hook scripts have to be set up for a specific WC, so
>> if you have not checked out a WC yet the hook does not exist.
>
> I am checking out the WC and using post update hook - that means that WC
> should already exist, shouldn't it?
>
>> I think a switch operation could just use the corresponding update
>> hooks because update is really just a special case of switch with no
>> path change.
>
> Right now it doesn't and this fact is rather unpleasant to me.

Can you file an issue for this please?
Just add a feature request that the hook script(s) should also get
invoked for switch/checkout.

Stefan

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Re: Is it a bug or by design?

Author tumanyan
Full name Serge Tumanyan
Date 2010-05-06 04:30:41 PDT
Message Hello, Simon.

>> I has tryed to use TSVN client hooks and ran into a trouble:
>> I have added a post update hook and assumed that this one should work
>> after
>> the checkout, switch and update commands but found out that it works only
>> after the update command. Is this by design or it is a bug? If this by
>> design - can the hooks for checkout and switch commands be added to TSVN?
>> It
>> reduces productivity when you can not recompile the WC after the checkout
>> in
>> one step or after switching branches immediately and need to start a
>> false
>> update process to start a script. The missing hooks for the switch
>> command
>> tortures me especially much because I usually use switch command really
>> often for my development tasks.
> Why checkout? The hook scripts have to be set up for a specific WC, so
> if you have not checked out a WC yet the hook does not exist.

I am checking out the WC and using post update hook - that means that WC
should already exist, shouldn't it?

> I think a switch operation could just use the corresponding update
> hooks because update is really just a special case of switch with no
> path change.

Right now it doesn't and this fact is rather unpleasant to me.

Thank you.

Serge.

Re: Is it a bug or by design?

Author simonlarge
Full name Simon Large
Date 2010-05-06 03:59:22 PDT
Message On 6 May 2010 11:12, Serge Tumanyan <tumanyan at mail dot ru> wrote:
> Hello, All.
>
> I has tryed to use TSVN client hooks and ran into a trouble:
> I have added a post update hook and assumed that this one should work after
> the checkout, switch and update commands but found out that it works only
> after the update command. Is this by design or it is a bug? If this by
> design - can the hooks for checkout and switch commands be added to TSVN? It
> reduces productivity when you can not recompile the WC after the checkout in
> one step or after switching branches immediately and need to start a false
> update process to start a script. The missing hooks for the switch command
> tortures me especially much because I usually use switch command really
> often for my development tasks.

Why checkout? The hook scripts have to be set up for a specific WC, so
if you have not checked out a WC yet the hook does not exist.

I think a switch operation could just use the corresponding update
hooks because update is really just a special case of switch with no
path change.

Simon

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Is it a bug or by design?

Author tumanyan
Full name Serge Tumanyan
Date 2010-05-06 03:12:55 PDT
Message Hello, All.

I has tryed to use TSVN client hooks and ran into a trouble:
I have added a post update hook and assumed that this one should work after
the checkout, switch and update commands but found out that it works only
after the update command. Is this by design or it is a bug? If this by
design - can the hooks for checkout and switch commands be added to TSVN? It
reduces productivity when you can not recompile the WC after the checkout in
one step or after switching branches immediately and need to start a false
update process to start a script. The missing hooks for the switch command
tortures me especially much because I usually use switch command really
often for my development tasks.

Thank you.

Serge.
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