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From Jackie Xiao <>
Subject how to decide whether a commit is a merge in pre-commit hook
Date Thu, 03 Mar 2016 06:50:13 GMT
Dear list:

I'm writing a svn pre-commit hook, and I want to quit further rule checkings if the commit
is a merge operation.

I have searched online, it seems there are no way to distinguish normal commit from merge

My current way for handling this is very clumsy, get the changed list from "svnlook changed",
then iterate through every changed item to see if the line starts with _U (property changed)...

Any suggestions? Thanks in advance

Best Regards

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