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

From: John Peacock <jpeacock_at_rowman.com>
Date: 2004-04-15 17:09:42 CEST

tom@opgenorth.net wrote:
> ----- 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.

No, this still has the same basic problem (no network access by the Apache
user). Create a file share _on the Subversion server_ and tell the client that
is the new location for their files.

> 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?

If you have a public web site, you could post a link instead, but if the source
file (zipped or something) isn't too big, you can send it to the list.


John Peacock
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