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Re: Updating to repository, Not to SITE

From: Bruce Webber <brucewebber_at_fastmail.us>
Date: 2005-12-08 19:41:02 CET

--"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.

I'm not clear on how you have things set up, but I assume you have an
Subversion repository, a working copy of your code (perhaps on your PC),
and a directory on a server (perhaps this is a web site).

> 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.

Unless you've written a post-commit hook script, the files will not
automatically get copied to your server directory (what I assume is the web
site). You could make the server directory a working copy and do an update
manually to get the changes, or have a post-commit hook do the update
automatically. See:


Bruce Webber
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