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Re: Distributed updates

From: Toby Johnson <toby_at_etjohnson.us>
Date: 2004-08-05 21:28:00 CEST

Bryan Simmons wrote:

>What about a script for post-commit for remote deployment of any
>repository files/data?
>I'm trying to figure out an intelligent way to auto-deploy certain svn
>folders to their production/test environment on other hosts by using a
>post-commit hook.
>Any ideas?
There two ways I see to handle this.

1) The remote (production/test/whatever) environment is actually a
Subversion working copy, and your post-commit hook simply does an "svn
update" on it after each commit. Very simple.

2) If for some reason having the remote directory be a WC is not
possible, you'd have to either delete and re-export the entire (portion
of) the repository you need, or else generate a diff from the previous
revision and apply that diff to the remote environment as well.

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