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Re: .SVN folder question

From: Garrett Rooney <rooneg_at_electricjellyfish.net>
Date: 2003-07-19 23:25:40 CEST

Sindbad the Seafarer wrote:

> New idea to me ('course everything connected with versioning is
> absolutely new, virginal land to me!). The command would then be
> something like
> svn update ftp://myserver.com
> and could be put into a batch file opening an FTP session, logging
> on, issuing the above update command and then logging off and
> closing the FTP session (should get the exact commands from the
> logfile of WinComm)? Only the first time a complete checkout
> would be necessary, wouldn't it?

Umh, why not simply check it out locally and then rsync the entire
working copy to your website? You'd only end up transfering the whole
thing the first time, after that it would be just diffs.

As for the ftp:// syntax, it sounds /way/ too much like creeping
featuritis, and is the kind of thing that should be implemented in a
script wrapping svn, if at all, not in the base application.


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Received on Sat Jul 19 23:26:35 2003

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