On 3/18/07, Tom Malia <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> difference… However, I again may be coming at this the wrong way…. Maybe
> what I should do is implement some hook scripts that always export the
> contents of a directory from the repository to some shared location anytime
> the contents of that directory change… This would give me a place to always
> do my "Diff" against, but also give the added advantage of have a constant
> backup of the latest version of all source outside of the repo. Database,
> which is something I was interested in having anyway…. Are there any canned
> scripts for such hooks available anywhere?
Hook script idea would be pretty good. I think the easiest way to do this
would just be to checkout the root of the repository to some location. You
could then run svn update as part of a hook script or as a scheduled job
depending on your needs. Advantage is that is simple and update is fast.
Disadvantage is that this mirror will be a working copy and have the .svn
Where is the documentation for configuring the Apache server to server the
> SVN repo? Currently I'm just using SVNServe
TortoiseSVN includes some nice docs. Otherwise just use Google. There are
a lot of articles that approach this from different angles. I'd stick with
svnserve. The WebDAV option is not well suited to what you want to do.
Hook scripts would work better and would work fine with svnserve. Don't get
me wrong, I use the Apache option exclusively (for SSL and LDAP
authentication), I just would not recommend switching for this reason.
Received on Sun Mar 18 16:45:55 2007