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Re: Updating to repository, Not to SITE

From: Andy Levy <andy.levy_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2005-12-08 19:30:16 CET

On 12/8/05, King, Rogie <RoKing@carroll.edu> wrote:
> I have SVN installed on my server. I just started working here and I have
> two issues:
> When I do an SVN commit from either Tortoise SVN or Smart SVN, the log
> emails say the file is committed, but is NOT written to the server
> repository, therefore my site reflects no changes.

You're committing to the repository. If you're getting emails that
the files have been committed, then they *are* in the repository.
Perhaps you're referring to another working copy?

> If I checkout the repository to a new folder, it downloads the new commits.
> I have no doubt that the SVN repository is updating, but the files never get
> to the main server.

SVN doesn't "push" updates to the clients (it sounds like your "main
server" is another SVN client, where you're expecting to see updates
published). It's a pull system, unless you have hook scripts that do
otherwise. You'll need to go to the location where your website files
reside (your wwwroot) and either export or perform an update if it's
already a working copy.

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Received on Thu Dec 8 21:33:25 2005

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