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Re: Weird export behaviour on Win2K in post-commit hook

From: <tom_at_opgenorth.net>
Date: 2004-04-15 16:48:16 CEST

----- Original Message Follows -----
> 1) Do the export to the local drive, then export that
> folder as a share for your users to copy files from.
I sort of tried this - I tried export to a local directory
and copying that directory to the network - no dice. Not to
sure how happy my client will be with me messing around with
how they store files on the network.

> 2) Change the user account that Apache runs under to a
> domain account (with the three additional rights)
Sort of figured this is what I might have to do, but I was
REALLY hoping not to.

> p.s. please consider making your post-commit C# code
> generic enough for others to use and then post it to the
> list; this is a very common request, e.g. to keep a
> development web server up to date with the repository
All of the settings are configurable via the applications
config file, so I think this would be pretty adaptible to
most situations. The code is kind of grotty right now, but
once I get this working, I'd be happy to release/share it,
if there is a demand for this. I take it that it is okay
post attachments to the list?

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