Is there any way to run a script after a changeset pushed to a repository?
mg at daimi.au.dk
Tue Mar 4 14:43:55 CST 2008
"Neo Jia" <neojia at gmail.com> writes:
> I am wondering if there is any way to run a script against a "push",
> so I can automatically generate something for each submission, such as
> doing "qrefresh" and "qnew" for each submission.
Yes, use the changegroup hook in a .hg/hgrc file:
That would be something like this if you want to run qrefresh:
changegroup = hg qrefresh > /dev/null
I am redirecting stdout to /dev/null since (in my experience) hook
commands must not generate output when you push over SSH. I believe the
reason is that stdout is mixed with the Mercurial protocol and so things
break in strange ways, e.g., you will get a backtrack that says 'invalid
literal for int(): foo bar' or something like that.
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