I had 2 executables under the hooks directory. not sure how git behaves at
this situation but removing the wrong one solved the issue.
On Sunday, June 23, 2013 11:59:46 AM UTC+3, Gabby Romano wrote:
> Hi All,
> I wonder if anyone ran into this issue or it's just me here doing
> something wrong.
> I have a post receive perl hook which parses the commits and based on the
> parsing results runs some tests. the tests can be run partially or in a
> full suit mode, based on where the code has changed in the tree.
> what I seems to be seeing now is that although the conditions are met for
> the partial run to be invoked (and I checked it in debug mode) , after the
> partial runs were made and the hook should exit, it runs once again and
> seems to "think" that it needs to run in full suite mode and indeed does so.
> my hook just iterates through the commits and parses them. if it finds
> something specific, it breaks out of the commits loop and a flag is marked.
> I have checked it outside the hooking mechanism and it works fine, so I
> guess it's the hook invocation somehow changes the the running mode or
> something like that.
> Ideas ?
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