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> I just realized that TSVN supports local hooks.
> Can someone explain what they can be useful for?
What's that famous line, "I can't think of a need for local hooks, but I'll know it when I see it."
I think these are more for personal use, than group. There is no way to enforce that your whole team use TSVN (well, ok). But, maybe you have a personal use. Perhaps after an update you want to delete the build artifacts so your next compile is a full build. Or, you want to copy out certain files to some reference directory each time you do a commit, etc.
> I already use server-side hooks to enforce entering log message for commits
> and prevent certain files from being checked in; also use post-commit hooks
> to send emails on commits.
> We also use AnkhSVN and my understanding is that it has no support for local
> hooks, is that correct?
Right, TSVN hooks are only going to work when you use TSVN commands.