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Re: [Req] Periodic repository checks?

From: Milen A. Radev <milen_at_radev.net>
Date: 2007-02-21 16:40:18 CET

On 21/02/07, Flex <flex@datecs.bg> wrote:
> Hi, band, I guess it is not uncommon situation, our svn server is
> "local" and quite a bit of people are constantly working with it, lot of
> projects lot of common fliles, mess. It happens almost every 2-3 days
> that someone has commited changes, other have forgot to check repository
> for modifications and a conflict arises. Can it be made that tsvn
> refreshes the cache from the repository (via svn setting on the folder
> for example) on a shedule, for example every half an hour or so? Not a
> general available option cuz it will overload public servers, but
> available only for "local" adresses, either file-based repository or
> some that resolve to 10.10.*.*, 192.168.*.* or 127.0.0.*?

Better (because it would be universal) solution is to send mail for
every commit to the interested parties (from the post-commit hook).
There is even a fairly functional "mailer" in Subversion's contrib

Milen A. Radev
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