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Re: Automatic update folder

From: Ryan Hathaway <rghathaway_at_starkcountyohio.gov>
Date: Thu, 20 Nov 2014 11:29:50 -0500

If I understand your minimally worded request correctly, you are trying to keep a particular working copy on a particular machine synchronized with the latest version committed to your Subversion Repository.

Three possible solutions come to mind immediately, depending on the particulars of your situation which you have not shared:
1.: Use server side hook scripts, and force the SVN Repo server to perform some kind of scripted actions after any commit which affected the svn branch of concern.
2.: Check out a clean working copy, and ensure it is never modified locally, or the conflict issues already mentioned could give you trouble down the road, and issue the update command as frequently as necessary.
3.: Windows scheduled task to call a custom .cmd, .bat, .vbs, python, powershell, or similar script on a recurrent timer which removes and exports the folders/files in question, using command line version of svn export.

Thank you,


Ryan Hathaway

Programmer Analyst

Office of Alan Harold, Auditor
Stark County Ohio
110 Central Plaza S
Canton, OH 44702


***Please note: My email address has changed to rghathaway_at_starkcountyohio.gov ***

>>> scodec <scodec121310_at_gmail.com> 11/20/14 11:18 AM >>>
As title,
I want to keep folder update to latest version.
how do I set up SVN properties ?

By the way, I am using Tortoise 1.6.


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Received on 2014-11-20 17:31:52 CET

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