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IIS and SVN

From: Eric Rousse <eric.rousse_at_telmatik.com>
Date: 2006-07-26 23:16:21 CEST

Hi Guys,

I've did a couple of search about IIS and SVN and I haven't found a
clear solution to my problem.

Currently I've did a setup of SVN on a Windows 2000 server, it's working
perfectly fine. That server is currently our dev server running IIS.
What I did, is that I've installed svnserve on it, and every time
someone does an modification on a file then a commit, via TortoiseSVN
(on their PC). It calls a post-commit hook on the server.

post-commit.bat
C:\Progra~1\Subver~1\bin\svn update D:\websites\bluffm~1.com

It works okay, but of course, I'm getting all the .svn folders in my
websites, no big deal since its a dev site, but still I'm looking for
other solution, if there's any...

I haven't seen any clear solution and windows based solution about
that... I've heard a couple of solution with perl possibly, and by using
svn export (but in this case we have to find a way to delete removed
files, right ?)

The other problem, is that since the dev ppl, have access to the dev
server via SVN, I was wondering, how we could automate the update of our
prod server easily ? Either via the dev pc by using another repository
to send the stuff to the prod server or with simply a script on the
server it self, that could update the prod one. I was thinking of maybe
a asp page that could call an svn update or export from the prod server.
That way the dev ppl could do a deploy themself...

Thanks for any input!

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