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Re: After svn up

From: Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2006Q1_at_ryandesign.com>
Date: 2006-01-10 01:30:17 CET

On Jan 9, 2006, at 22:50, Albert Shih wrote:

> How can I run automaticly a script after svn up ?
> Let me explain, I've many (well > 2) commiter for a web site.
> Each commiter commit from different computer. After that he launch
> on the
> web-server the svn up command.
> But I want after the svn up command there launch some script (like
> chown -R www:www *)

If the web server is the same machine that the Subversion repository
is on, it's easy: you write a post-commit hook to update the web
server's working copy.

If the web server is a different machine, then it's only slightly
more complicated: your post-commit hook on the repository server
needs to tell the web server to update its working copy, for example
by invoking a command via ssh.

Hook scripts are described in the book:


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