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Web projects (not the VS stuff) and correct post-commit

From: Michiel van Oosterhout <michiel1978_at_hotmail.com>
Date: 2004-09-22 02:58:11 CEST

Hello,

I'm a newbie on subversion. I want to store webprojects in repositories on a
win2k computer which runs apache with virtual hosts for each website. I
develop on another machine in the network. I am confused how to do this,
because the repository is in a special files (Berkeley DB), so I can't have
that as documentroot. Check out to local, edit, commit. Then a hook on
post-commit to update the repository to the documentroot? That would mean
that for every minor edit I should commit to see the result on the server.
That would be a bit much. Any tips, or FAQS on this? I am not currently
using VS, I use dreamweaver.

Thanks
/M

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