As the original SVN documentation about post-commit hooks has obviously been written by Trappist monks (larsbot, did you know they also have a special beer?) and the googlian brute force gives me cranky
64,200 useless results for SVN post-commit hooks
I spent some trial&error time for installing an SVN hook which is supposed to be triggered whenever a document is committed into the SVN repository.
While there are plenty of tips in the wild how to add a project to an existing SVN repository, I have my own peculiar way to bootstrap one. Say, for moving my topic map knowledge base to SVN.
Let's assume I had a tree already:
Move that out of the way:
Create the local SVN infrastructure:
Yes, bash can do that.