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Re: Updating the working copy for a continuous build process

From: Adrian Howard <adrianh_at_quietstars.com>
Date: 2006-08-08 19:06:44 CEST

On 8 Aug 2006, at 17:03, Chris Lambrou wrote:
> (1) delete any local files not subject to version control (erases any
> intermediate and output files generated by the previous build)
> (2) svn revert - Revert any modified files to the local repository
> version (ensures the subsequent update won't result in any conflicts)
> (3) svn update - Obtain any modifications since the last time the
> build
> script ran
> Steps (2) and (3) shouldn't be a problem to implement, but can anyone
> please suggest how I might implement step (1)?

Maybe combine with rsync? You should be able to do something like

svn up ci-working-copy;
rsync -a --delete --exclude '.svn' --delete-excluded ci-working-copy
<do build in ci-build-copy>

Since you never build in ci-working-copy you should never have to
worry about reverting, and the rsync will handle the removal of build
stuff, reverting changed files, etc.



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