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Re: Keeping up to Date Repository Shadows

From: Rydinare <rydinare_at_yahoo.com>
Date: 2004-11-04 21:04:09 CET

Thanks for the idea, but wait... does this cause a conflict? Say I put this in the post-commit. I then commit my changes. The hook script is called, an svn update is called in response... are any hook scripts tied to the update? I was hoping to get a copy that instead of being a "working" copy was just a mirror without all the unnecessary .svn directories. Let me know if this is possible and if there's a conflict. If not, I may stick with this unless a better option presents itself.

Mark <mark@msdhub.com> wrote:

I don't think that Rydinare is trying to sync two repositories, I think he's
merely trying to keep some folder up-to-date.

It should be as easy as doing a "svn up wc_path" in the post-commit hook.

-----Original Message-----
From: Peter Valdemar Mørch [mailto:swp5jhu02@sneakemail.com]
Sent: Thursday, November 04, 2004 9:47 AM
To: rydinare-at-yahoo.com |Lists|; Subversion Users
Subject: Re: Keeping up to Date Repository Shadows

Hi there,

Rydinare rydinare-at-yahoo.com |Lists| wrote:
> ... provide a shadow directory

Have you checked out svk?

Or the perl module: SVN::Mirror (at the heart(?) of svk)

It is geared towards periodically "pull"ing changes, not on event-driven
"push", but you should be able to trigger the pull from a hook script...


Peter Valdemar Mørch
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