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PHP hack under way

From: Simmons, Bryan <bsimmons_at_gpworldwide.com>
Date: 2004-02-11 21:58:15 CET

Ok, so I went ahead and took the easiest approach I could: svn client
commands in php.
The kinks have not all been worked out for my php portal but I did find
a way to successfully
push revisions to subversion through php.

I use the backtick operator. Yep, it's that simple.

$response = `svn commit -m \"$message\"`;

I have found that the $response is dead-on accurate in this case despite
warnings that the
command line response may be garbled into binary.

Here's a question: will svn add && svn commit work?


Bryan Simmons
Network Systems Engineer
General Physics

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