I've run into a minor bug in the git svn integration. When I run git svn
dcommit with git 1.7.12, it successfully sends the commit to the svn server and
rebases if necessary. However, the svn server has a post commit hook which
runs, and is supposed to return some text to the client.
Git does not display this text, though the hook runs server side, and git says
the commit succeeded on the server. According to the response I got from my
question on SO:
The problem is caused by git svn using get_commit_editor() instead of
get_commit_editor2(). Hacking a fix together is way down my priority list at
the moment, so I just wanted to give you a quick bug report.
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