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Re: Updating a live website with a post-commit hook script

From: Rainer Sokoll <r.sokoll_at_intershop.de>
Date: 2006-06-29 15:23:51 CEST

Ryan Schmidt wrote:

>> Then point the webroot to <repos>/trunk/

> And to access the trunk, you have to visit the URL http://
> some.hostname/trunk. You cannot point SVNPath at /path/to/the/repo/
> trunk because "trunk" is not a repository; it is a path within the
> repository.

Ok, I got it. You are right as long as the real stuff is in a subdir
like /trunk/, which is best practice.

>>> b) it only works if you have exclusively static files. As soon as you
>>> have any SSI or PHP or ASP or JSP or anything else dynamic, it can't
>>> work,
>> Sorry, I don't see the point. Can you be more verbose?
> If your repository contains PHP files, for example, and you want to
> see the web site and have the PHP code evaluated, then the above
> VirtualHost is not sufficient, because Subversion will show the PHP
> source code, and will not pass it back to the Apache PHP module to
> have it interpreted.

What if svn:mime-type is set to application/x-httpd-php?


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