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Re: post-update hook?

From: m christensen <dfs_at_xmission.com>
Date: 2004-06-02 15:04:01 CEST

Jan Hendrik wrote:

>Hi all out there!
>I am on the way to have the contents pages in web projects here
>created automatically by a script from versioned datafiles (currently
>contents are static, versioned HTML files). This script shall be
>invoked i. a. by a post-commit or even start-commit hook.
>I don't want to put the automatically generated contents under
>version control, but I would like having them updated in working
>copies on svn update. Is there something like a post-update hook?
>OK, I know I could write a batch file doing this, but folks use
>TortoiseSVN and this thing should not introduce another step for
>them. I also know I could (and perhaps should) do this entirely on
>the web server, but for a number of reasons I would rather prefer
>having those contents files being created locally.
>Thanks for any idea.
I guess my question is why NOT place them in the repository.
They are part of your build process.
You want them checked back out as a set with the other files.
they should be tested as a complete set with all the other files to
validate your code generation scheme
if nothing else.
It solves your checkout problem.


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Received on Wed Jun 2 15:05:30 2004

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