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Re: [Savannah-hackers-public] Install a post-receive hook in the GNU Ema

From: Gregory Heytings
Subject: Re: [Savannah-hackers-public] Install a post-receive hook in the GNU Emacs repository
Date: Sat, 16 Jul 2022 20:10:32 +0000

[[ Inconveniently I notice that is a python2 script. Making me hope that the upstream version of it has been ported to python3 as we don't need yet another obstacle to upgrading. ]]

I see that the upstream version has "preliminary support for Python 3". I'm not sure what that means, but I fear it doesn't mean "has been ported to Python 3"...

TMP=$(mktemp -u)
cat - > $TMP
cat $TMP | hooks/post-receive-git_multimail-emacs
cat $TMP | hooks/
rm -f $TMP

Note that the reason the option is -u is because it is an unsafe option. :-) It is definitely not desired in this type of context.

Indeed :-) But note that I said "I would suggest something like", I wasn't convinced that it was the best approach.

I installed this latest iteration to the post-receive hook script, leaving the others as previously noted.

   printf "%s\n" "$lines" | ./hooks/post-receive-git_multimail-emacs
   printf "%s\n" "$lines" | ./hooks/

I think that should do it. Once again please let me know how I screwed things up with this iteration. :-)

Thanks, that's perfect, it's working on my side.

And thanks for the detailed comments!

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