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Re: change email notification

From: Nico Kadel-Garcia <nkadel_at_comcast.net>
Date: 2006-05-20 05:26:39 CEST

Tim Hill wrote:
> Agreed. I'd be really scared about pushing changes out like this. You
> will be creating all sorts of odd merge situations. The correct place
> to handle this stuff is on the way *into* the repo, at commit time.
> What is the workflow that needs this kind of operation?
> --TIm
> Barry Gershenfeld wrote:
>>> I've been thrust into SVN and immediately given a task.
>>> 1) When a local folder has been updated via SVN, an email is sent
>>> out. 2) An SVN update is then triggered facility wide.
>> So one person makes a change, and it immediately changes for
>> everybody? What they are asking for sounds like a shared network drive.
>> No svn
>> needed...

Shared network drives..... Have problems, such as when the network is down
or in performance dealing with local file systems. Is there any way to use
an "rsync -e ssh -avvH" step, rather than a pushed update?

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