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how to automate build

From: jijio jkji <subversionmail_at_yahoo.com>
Date: 2006-02-13 11:26:21 CET

I want to be able to have a build automatically made every time I commit a file. By this I mean the following:
When I do a commit of a file I want SVN to export the whole project to a directory (effectively doing an update to a folder where we store the most recent build). So that whenever a new file is committed, the latest version of the project is always accesible on our development server. Can someone can point me in the right direction? Should I use hooks? Are there prewritten scripts / tools for this?

I use SVN 1.3.0 and tortoise 1.3.0 on Windows XP sp2

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