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Re: How to automate build [2]

From: jijio jkji <subversionmail_at_yahoo.com>
Date: 2006-02-15 10:18:41 CET

Ok, thanks. Would you happen to know tow to I configure Cruisecontrol to do an update instead of a checkout?

Simon Large <simon@skirridsystems.co.uk> wrote: jijio jkji wrote:
> Thanks for thye response on how to use cruisecontrol.net to
> automatically cerate a build each time I commit a file. It works: every
> time I or my coworker commits a file to the repository cc tells SVN to
> do a checkout of the trunk to a directory. Only thing is, every time a
> new checkout gets added to the previous one. So after 5 commits I have 5
> checkouts of the trunk, each in its own labeled directory...
> Can anyone tell me how I can make it so that I have only 1 build and a
> new one overwrites the exisisting build - instead of adding to it?

I think you need to update instead of checking out.


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