On Thu, Mar 29, 2012 at 03:23:34PM -0700, Bryce Verdier wrote:

> I have kind of a strange question regarding the post-recieve hook.
> Currently we have a post-recieve hook that will push our code to the
> webserver. But we would like to break this up so that pushing to a
> particular branch will allow us to push a particular server. Is
> something like this possible?
The stock example post-receive hook (contrib/hooks/post-receive-email)
contains code which switches on the type and name of a reference which
has been update by the push operation.
So I see no problem updating your hook with a similar logic.

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