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Some problems exporting files

From: Joaquín Ayuso <jayuso_at_obralia.com>
Date: 2004-07-15 12:13:18 CEST


      Ok, this is my shchema:

      We are 4 developers working on a site. We have the dev machine
      where we have a dev version of the Site (2.34 GB of java) and we
      wanted to install a version control. The machine works with
      Apache 1.3 customized and Jserve customized also.

      I installed Subversion in another machine since upgrading all
      those Java to Apache 2 could be a headache. My Idea was to import the whole site
      into de repository or various reps and later export the files to
      a mounted NFS directory directly to the first machine. I do this
      programming a post-commit hook with a "svn export" inside.

      Here comes the problem. When I do a commit, the "svn export"
      exports the files, but ALL the files of the repository. This is
      painful since each repository has 180 MB of data inside...

      Is there any way to solve this? Is there any way to make an
      export of just the committed files? the --revision COMMITTED
      does actually not work in that way...

      Any solution for this??

Best regards,
 Joaquín                          mailto:jayuso@obralia.com
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Received on Thu Jul 15 12:14:25 2004

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