Server-Side Hooks
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Written by Toshi Dávila
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Server Side Hooks is a powerful feature that allows you to syntax check code, ensure commit messages are proper, or add the power of automation. You can add pre-commit, post-commit, pre-revprop-change, and post-revprop-change hooks to your Subversion repository.

To add a Server Side Hook to your Assembla repository, go to the repository's Settings sub-tab then click the Server Side Hooks link on the left. You can install any of the ready-made scripts available from Assembla by clicking the Install button next to the script. You can see a list of available scripts and view the script code in this page.

Also, you can submit your own Server-Side hook by clicking the Propose Your Hook button at the bottom of the screen. Our development team will review the submitted code first and, once approved, they will add it to your repository.

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