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svnPostCommitHook can be plugged into the SVN post-commit-hook phase for executing special tasks. I know that there are other frameworks by now but while I was writing the code for svnPostCommitHook there were no tool available. Concept ======= The hook framework consists of three parts: * a batch or shell file which has to be placed into your repository/hooks directory * svnPostCommitHook.php which takes the input from the batch/shell file and delegates to other hooks * 0..n hooks which can be executed by svnPostCommitHook.php Requirements ======= You need PHP 5.x, an enabled pdo_sqlite extension and Zend Framework >= 1.5. If you want to use the db2rss extension, you need a webserver too. Installation ======= Check your php.ini/php-cli.ini for extension=pdo_sqlite.[dll|so] include_path="<path to Zend Framework>" Edit the file ./post-commit.bat.sample so that the path to svnPostCommitHook.php is valid. Copy the ./post-commit.bat.sample to every repository/hooks directory. I know that this is more than redundancy but SVN does not currently allow the definition of one global hook for every repository. Configuration ======= svnPostCommitHook loads at first the file config/used.php which then checks if a config file named config/config.$SERVER_NAME.php. If such a file does not exist, it will fall back to config/config.php. I suggest you create a new config file named config/config.<configname>.php Open the config file of your wish and edit the preferences. All propeties in $arrEnvironment are used for the global svnPostCommitHook framework Most of the settings should be self-explanatory. Take care of $arrEnvironment['hooks'] - this settings defines the hooks which are used on a new commit. Every hook must be located below ./hook/<hookname>/<hookname>.php. The hook 'svn2db' takes the input of every commit and stores the most important information in a SQLite database. If you want to specify the location of the SQLite database, the hook entry has to be changed to $arrEnvironment['hooks'] = array('svn2db' => array('pathToSqliteDatabase' => '<your path to svn2db.sqlite>')); The settings for $arrDefaultRepository are applied for all repositories. Every repository can have a specific configuration. If you want so, you must add $arrRepositories['<your specific repository name in lower case>'] = $myConfig; in the lower section of the configuration file. db2rss ======= db2rss can be found below ext/db2rss. db2rss can be copied somewhere in your Webserver and on calling the db2rss.php in your browser, you will see the complete svn2db database. You can subscribe to the Subversion commits by author, by project, by a specific author in a specific project or by all projects as Atom or RSS feed. You can change the look of the feed by changing the rss.template.php respective atom.template.php. There is no security concept available so make sure that the db2rss.php file can only be accessed by developers per Deny/All rule, LDAP authentication or something else. db2rss: Configuration ======= There is just one configuration file named config.ini.sample. db2rss uses the file config.ini, so you have to rename the config.ini.sample to config.ini and edit the settings. All settings in the configuration file should be self-explanatory as well. If you call db2rss.php by DNS name, e.g. http://your-server.local/db2rss.php there must exist a section [your-server.local] in config.ini. If you call db2rss.php by IP, e.g. http://192.168.0.1/db2rss.php there must exist a section [192.168.0.1] in config.ini. For using both IP and DNS and reducing redundancy you can inherit IP from DNS: [192.168.0.1] ; settings here... [your-server.local : 192.168.0.1] ; inherits all settings from 192.168.0.1 Note ======= The use of this software is at the user's own risk.