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RE: automatic export?

From: Peter A. Pociask <Peter.Pociask_at_vesdia.com>
Date: 2005-03-17 21:28:27 CET

Have you considered something like CruiseControl? It can watch the
repository for checkins and perform actions whenever it see a new
commit...
 
Peter Pociask

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        From: phil.wagner@web.de [mailto:phil.wagner@web.de]
        Sent: Thursday, March 17, 2005 3:01 PM
        To: users@subversion.tigris.org
        Subject: automatic export?
        
        
        Hi there,
         
        I'm using Subversion for developing websites. I would like
subversion to automatically export the repository to a folder in my
www-directory after every commit, so that every developer can test and
verify their changes by opening the site by simply typing the url in the
browser. Otherwise everybody would have to run a webserver for testing
on his computer with the same settings as on our server. Does anybody
have an idea?
         
        I thought about a cron-job, but I think it wouldn't be the
smartest way, since this would mean an export every 2 minutes or
something...
         
        Philipp
Received on Thu Mar 17 21:31:05 2005

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