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Moving files to production after check-in

From: Bryce Thornton <brycethornton_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2005-08-12 01:06:19 CEST

Hi, I'm new to the list.

I see in the FAQ that the common way to move repository check-ins to a
live site is by making the live site a working copy. Once the
check-in is complete a hook runs to do an svn update on the production
site and all is well. Here's the URL to that FAQ entry:


My problem is that our Subversion repository is not Internet
accessible and our hosting provider does not run Subversion. Thus,
the solution in the FAQ won't work for us. Let me know if I'm wrong

Before using Subversion, I would simply use rsync to keep our test and
production sites in sync. Is there a way to use rsync with the
subversion repository in order to achieve the same thing? Anyone have
a better way to do this?


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Received on Fri Aug 12 01:08:12 2005

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