I'm trying to use svn hooks in my repo, but it doesn't seem to work fine. In the following are the steps I tried to approach: checked out from a remote server: remote server since the checked out repo doesn't have any content, I created a new svn repo locally and copied over everything including the /hooks folder to my checked out repo. I created an empty file in the checked out repo and added a line of text. Then svn add this file. modified the hooks/pre-commit.tmpl file and now it looks like: #!/bin/sh echo "start pre commit test" >> *my checked out repo dir*/CommitMessage exit 0 add execute permit to all users and copy the pre-commit.tmpl to pre-commit in the checked out repo I committed the changes using: svn commit -m "dumb change" Now from here I should see a CommitMessage file and with the text "start pre commit test" in it right? Somehow I don't see it anywhere. If I run ./hooks/pre-commit, it works fine. I ran env - svn commit -m "dumb change" 1234 as well, but still nothing. Seems like when committing, it doesn't call pre-commit at all. Maybe I understood wrong about how the hooks work?
SVN hooks not working at all during commit
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