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Re: svn update in post-commit hook

From: Rob Brandt <bronto_at_csd-bes.net>
Date: 2005-11-08 20:36:21 CET

"set up Apache to server your repository" sounds really interesting;
how do I do
that? I looked in the docs and the repository browsing references I
see seem to
refer to browsing the repository as if it's a client - file revisions,
the trunk, etc. I just pointed apache to my repository dir, and it just shows
me the repository dir structure - /conf, /dav, /db, etc. So I guess I haven't
set it up.


Quoting Paul Koning <pkoning@equallogic.com>:

>>>>>> "Rob" == Rob Brandt <bronto@csd-bes.net> writes:
> Rob> svn --newbie I have svn up and running on my debian server,
> Rob> using tortoise-svn on XP workstations.
> Rob> I would like to set up something that would "publish" HEAD to a
> Rob> web root directory on each commit.
> That works without any action at all if you set up Apache to server
> your repository. Given that, regular browser access to the repository
> pathname will see the latest data.
> Making it look like a root is a simple ( :-) ) exercise in RewriteRule
> magic...
> paul

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