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Remote Push Woes

From: Andy Berdan <berdandy_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-01-25 18:23:17 CET

Hi everyone,

I've been trying to set up a system to push (per-commit, ideally) to
an external company's (read-only) svn server. I've tried a number of
different options, none of which seem to work out for me, so I'm
turning here for advice.

My experience thus far:
SVN::Push (v0.2) -- doesn't support required authentication for
OPTIONS operation (svnpush init fails)
svn replicate -- couldn't get a copy of the script, as the hosting svn
server's BDB was borked (not a good sign?)
svnmirror.sh -- requires ssh access, which I don't have for the remote
server (just webdav)
manual transfer of fsfs repository -- similar to problem with svnmirror.sh

Are there any other options I don't know of?

At this point, I seem to be at the position of hand-writing up a
post-commit hook to spawn another process to update a wc, export, and
commit to the external repository, but this seems like a problem that
must have been solved before...


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