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Commit to repository and send changes somewhere else

From: Philip Radford <phil_at_chycor.com>
Date: 2005-09-26 10:22:12 CEST

Hi all,

Can anyone recommend best working practices when using subversion with web development projects specifically with apache and php.

We have subversion up and running and our developers can extract a working copy to their local workstation hard drive (e.g. Drive C).

However when they commit their changes back to the repository I need to be able to also copy the change to our development server which is where apache is set to serve the files for testing purposes.

Is this something that can be done using subversion or by the use of a hook script. My initial research suggests a hook script but all samples, references seem to refer to only sending out an email and not anything else.

Any help or guidance on this will be greatly appreciated.

Regards
Philip Radford.
Received on Mon Sep 26 10:30:59 2005

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