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Re: Application Auto Commits

From: Andy Levy <andy.levy_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-06-28 15:31:28 CEST

On 6/28/06, Ryan Lease <leas5040@uidaho.edu> wrote:
> I'm new to the version control scene, but I was wondering if Subversion
> provides a method for letting an application
> autocommit a file everytime the application saves. For example, if I was
> working in notepad and I had a version of bob.txt
> and I saved it 5 times before I remembered to commit it to the
> repository. Under my current setup, the only changes to the
> repository would be from my initial commit and my latest one-- all the
> saves that I've made in the interim weren't commited
> and therefore were not recorded. Is it possible to have Subversion
> commit for me after every save or will I have to just continue
> to commit manually?
> If it's any help, I'll be the only person working on this system, so I
> won't have to worry about other people changing files
> before I can commit.

If you serve the repository via Apache, I think you can use WebDAV
autoversioning to use the repository like any other mapped drive. Each
save should commit.

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