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RE: Re: IIS and SVN

From: Foy, Sean <Sean.Foy_at_TycoHealthcare.com>
Date: 2006-07-27 04:25:10 CEST

Those .svn directories indicate that you have SVN working copies. You
don't want working copies if you don't plan to contribute changes back
to the repository from that machine. You can use something like svn's
export command to just download a snapshot of the repository contents to
a directory so that you can serve up those contents using IIS.

As for allowing developers to deploy code without an admin's help: I
suggest you look into continuous integration software such as
eControl.NET. This software can monitor your SVN repository for changes
and conditionally build/deploy your software and notify whoever you like
whenever something interesting happens.

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Received on Thu Jul 27 04:26:25 2006

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