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Automatic updating on a checkin

From: Duncan Booth <duncan.booth_at_suttoncourtenay.org.uk>
Date: 2006-05-03 14:47:29 CEST

The FAQ has an answer for "I'm managing a website in my repository. How can
I make the live site automatically update after every commit?", but I want
to update a working copy on a system which isn't the subversion server.

Does anyone have any suggestions how best to arrange that a checkin to the
subversion server does an update on another server (or more likely separate
servers: a development one for the trunk checkins and a live one which
updates only from a specific branch or tag)? I can think of lots of ways to
do it, but if anyone who has already done this would be willing to share
their experience I think it might make my life easier.

Options I've thought of so far:

Polling. Easy to implement, but doesn't scale at all nicely.

rsh and wget both sound plausible, but I need to figure out whether to
worry about security.

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