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Re: event listeners

From: Gavin Lambert <tsvn_at_mirality.co.nz>
Date: 2006-08-25 02:44:25 CEST

Quoth Krishna:
> Does Tortoise SVN has a feature to register to certain events? For
> example, I would to register/listen to a particular file in the
> repository and whenever the file is changed Tortoise SVN will notify me
> (some sort of system tray icon that pops up giving a message in a bubble).

We've got WebSVN installed, which lets you create RSS feeds for specific
folders (and probably files as well, though I haven't checked). Then
your RSS reader will pop up a notification box when something gets
changed :)

It's not immediate, though, since WebSVN itself only checks occasionally
(I think), as does your RSS reader. Though you can probably reduce the
latency for each, since they're essentially polling operations if you
make it happen too frequently then you'll kill performance.

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