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svn and auto documentation

From: John Quigley <jquigley_at_jquigley.com>
Date: 2006-03-13 22:49:03 CET

Hey All,

I'm looking to generate code documentation for every commit to a svn
repo. Specifically, I'll be running 'doxygen' and 'lxr' on these repos,
the output of which will be placed in a web-accessible dir, such as:

autodoc/swdev-software/rev-5603/doxygen
                                /lxr

My current thinking is that this should be done as a script that's a
post-commit hook. I'm looking for any input from svn users as to
whether this sounds reasonable and viable, and whether anyone has
attempted to do such a thing before.

Any help or thoughts would be tremendously appreciated. Thanks so much
in advance!

Regards,
John Quigley
https://lug.iit.edu/~jquigley/

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