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post-commit hook to copy revision changes

From: Kit Marshall <kit_at_crystalmoments.net>
Date: 2006-03-20 18:11:51 CET

I would like to use a post-commit hook to copy the changed files of
each revision over to my testing server. Since the post-commit
provides the revision it seems that you could pass that into "svnlook
changed" to get the list of changed files and then copy those from the
repository to a "live" copy.

Am I on the right track or is there an easier way to keep a "live" copy
of the HEAD of a repository in another directory? I know the
hot-backup could do this but doesn't that copy the entire repository
as opposed to what was just changed?

I'm running svn version 1.2.3 on Fedora 4 with Apache 2.0.54.


Kit Marshall

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