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RE: linux SVN server with w2k clients and development servers

From: James FitzGibbon <jfitzgibbon_at_primustel.ca>
Date: 2006-02-17 16:29:21 CET

It sounds like you just want to keep a remote working copy in sync with the
HEAD of the repository.

There's a perl module that might do the trick:

http://search.cpan.org/~jpeacock/SVN-Notify-Mirror-0.031/lib/SVN/Notify/Mirr
or.pm

The description reads: "Keep a directory in sync with a portion of a
Subversion repository. Typically used to keep a development web server in
sync with the changes made to the repository. This directory can either be
on the same box as the repository itself, or it can be remote (via SSH
connection)."

A cursory review makes it sound like the perl bits run on the repository in
the post-commit hook. For a remote mirror, you need to have a SSH or rsync
daemon on the other side. Though I've never installed one myself, I believe
there are a few options for getting either of those set up on Windows.

HTH

-----Original Message-----
From: Gabe Granger [mailto:gabe@pancentric.com]
Sent: Thursday, February 16, 2006 12:04 PM
To: users@subversion.tigris.org
Subject: linux SVN server with w2k clients and development servers

I'm probably being really thick, but I'll ask the question anyway cos
i'm confused

I've setup a SVN server using https with repositories for my
developers, the server is Debian Linux, my developers are developing
locally on their w2k machines fine. We have a w2k Developement
server. The developers want to be able to update from the repository
to the development server I guess using svn update or hock scripts.

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.

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