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"Export" to remote location - how?

From: Jan Eri <jan.eri_at_protector.no>
Date: 2005-06-12 13:38:18 CEST

I am looking for a way to perform an EXPORT with my local svn binary
from a remote repository to a _remote_ location. As I understand the
syntax of the svn export command, it can only export to a local path.

Why I want to do this?

I have a small group of Windows and Linux users doing PHP development
for the web-services of a society. Our svn repository is placed on a
linux server which is also our web-server where we want to EXPORT to.

We have found the following two alternatives:

1. EXPORT to a local path on each developers computer and then FTP the
files from there to the webserver or the test-server

2. ssh to the server and run 'svn EXPORT' there, locally

My developers want a "one button" solution to this without having to
interact with ssh or ftp, and especially the Windows users are not happy
with the two alternatives above. We are looking into using eSVN to get a
nice GUI on svn, but I don't think that will solve the above problem by
itself.

As you understand, we are newcomers to versioncontrol. I am wondering
how you experienced subversion users are doing this?

kind regards,
Jan

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