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Re: shadow directory

From: Chris Little <clittle_at_sbs.com>
Date: 2004-09-29 20:08:16 CEST

Josh Howe wrote:
> In VSS there's a concept called "shadow directories". Basically, you can
> set up a physical directory that always mirrors the latest version of
> the repository files. When a file is checked in, it is automatically
> copied to this folder. Is there anything similar in subversion? Thanks!
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You could use a post-commit hook script to do the copy(as well as many
other things). Not as straightforward as VSS, you have to do the work
but you get much more flexibility.


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