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Re: linux SVN server with w2k clients and development servers

From: si <sshnug.si_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-02-17 01:06:49 CET

Hi Gabe,

> What is the correct way to do this? ie do I need to have a svn client
> installed on the Development server and get the developers to VNC in
> and run the update? or is there another way.

There are bound to be many ways to achieve this, one approach
would be to use a continuous integration server, such as CruiseControl
or CruiseControl.NET, which polls the repository searching for log
changes. When a change is found, a 'build' is triggered, which in your
case could just be an svn update, or whatever Subversion operation
your require.

If repository polling wasn't to your liking, there was a recent submission
to CruiseControl.NET which forced a build from a NAnt script:
http://confluence.public.thoughtworks.org/display/CCNET/How+to+force+a+CCNet+build+from+a+NAnt+script
(sorry for the link, tinyurl appears to be down or blocked)

All that being said, if your repository server can see your development
server, than a post-commit hook may be the cleanest/simplist way :)

peace
si

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