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Re: Forced to use svn delete?

From: Stephen Davis <subversion_at_soundgeek.org>
Date: 2005-01-21 10:44:23 CET

On Jan 20, 2005, at 11:49 AM, Dassi, Nasser wrote:

> I am planning on automating the add/delete functionality via cron-job
> as
> well. The approach I had in mind was simple:
> From the Working Copy directory, generate an SVN STATUS output
> (list.txt). For all new items "?" I would grab their filenames from
> the
> temp file (list.txt) and save their entries to a new file (list_a.txt);
> same goes for deleted "!" items (to "list_d.txt").
> Next, I would SVN ADD list_a.txt (not sure of syntax) and I would SVN
> DELETE list_d.txt (again, not sure of syntax). Last, I would SVN
> (don't forget a message).
> It is not the cleanest, but it works. If your users are *not* on MacOS
> X, then you can consider using Apache + WebDAV + SVN
> (Autoversioning)...
> It works and would auto commit. Because half my developers are using
> Macs I am going to use the cron-job approach.

I thought that the only issue with MacOS X's DAV support was that it
didn't do https. Is there some other problem that makes it not work?

Curious, since I was planning to do this.


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