I am currently using Basecamp for project management and Subversion (deployed on my Dreamhost account) for code management.
What I would like is for a message to be automatically posted to my Basecamp project every time I commit code to the associated subversion project. Luckily, someone did exactly that with a set of custom php scripts:
I have uploaded these scripts to my /hooks/ directory in my subversion project (project name=TSI) and changed the post-commit file (removed the .tmpl extension in the default one provided as I was supposed to do) to read:
/bin/php /svn/TSI/hooks/notify.php $REPOS $REV
Problem is, when I commit, I get the following error:
“post-commit hook failed (exit code 255) with no output.”
I think I am not calling the notify.pho file correctly in my post-commit file as I am unsure of the appropriate file path and even more unsure of how I can execute a php file.
If anyone has done this or knows what is wrong here, I would appreciate the help!