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RE: browser based svn client?

From: Gavin Lambert <gavinl_at_compacsort.com>
Date: 2005-11-29 06:31:11 CET

Quoth Rob Brandt <mailto:bronto@csd-bes.net>:
> I should have mentioned that the live server is not where the
> repository is. Design happens on workstations, are updated to a
> repository on a development server, and the live server will get
> fully tested and
> approved revisions. My understanding is that svn can't
> update a directory on another server (in this case, on a
> completely different network). Since there doesn't appear to
> be a full web client, I will probably go the script route
> like you mention.

If the live server has network access to your repository server
(doubtful) then you can run the svn client from the live server to pull
an update.

Otherwise, do the update from a third computer that has access to both
the repository server and the live server -- there's no reason why your
"working copy" can't be a network drive. (So you're "pushing" the
update to the live server.)

If there's no links between the networks at all, then no, you can't use
a networked app to transfer stuff, you'll have to use "sneakernet"
instead :)

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