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Re: Auto Update

From: Peter McNab <mcnab_p_at_melbpc.org.au>
Date: 2005-10-25 15:05:47 CEST

Flanakin Michael C Ctr HQ OSSG/OMR wrote:

> Ok, this one isn't really all that important to me, personally, but I
> have some management users that need to see docs within a few
> different repositories. I have no problem with training them on the
> purpose and need for doing updates, but it'd be even better if I could
> setup an automated update for repositories. In my mind, I see a
> tsvn:autoupdate option that can be set to some value indicating when
> to update. There probably need to be two lines in this: a pattern
> (i.e. hourly, daily, weekly, monthly, yearly) and a date/time (i.e.
> mins after the hour and hours between updates, time of day, day of
> week and time, day of month and time, day of year and time). I'm not
> sure how much anyone else would benefit from this, but I know it'd be
> useful to automatically get updates in case someone forgets - because
> I do all the time.
> Michael Flanakin

I think a script could call SVN to do this and operate as you say over
all repositories, whereas TSVN is more or less geared to only work on
the folder you have open + it's subordinate folders.
And sorry if I seemed flippant with my previous answer, your local
repository scenario never entered my mind.


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