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Re: Subversion Hooks

From: Robert Mohr <mohr.42_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2005-04-01 14:35:40 CEST

On Mar 31, 2005 3:22 PM, jzorzi@marketlinksolutions.com
<jzorzi@marketlinksolutions.com> wrote:
> I have a linux server running subversion.
> I have mounted a folder to my windows webserver as the apache user.
> I added the following line to the post-commit file under the hooks directory
> and granted it execute permissions
> /usr/bin/svn update /mnt/iisdev//wwwroot/
> post-commit is also owned by root.
> from my workstation i update my source and it isn't automatically copied
> over to the mnt dir.
> if i run the post-commit manually it works just fine and updates the folder.
> why is subversion not able to update the mnt automatically?

Have you tried having the www folder on a local disk, just to see if
your problem is how you're mounting the remote disk?

I also don't know much about your setup, but try what's at
<http://subversion.tigris.org/faq.html#website-auto-update> as well.

> Secondly is there a way instead off just running svn update to run svn
> update on the specific files being worked on in the repository. If only 5
> files are being worked on i would rather that only those 5 files be updated
> instead of checking the entire repository for the updates.

Run 'svnlook changed /path/to/repos --revision $rev'. The output is
what files were changed and what those changes were. It is relatively
easy to parse into a list of filenames that were updated, to which you
can run 'svn update /working/copy/path/$file1
/working/copy/path/$file2 ...'.

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