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Re: Files in repository but not version controlled

From: Bastiaan Veelo <Bastiaan.N.Veelo_at_ntnu.no>
Date: 2006-09-21 13:34:24 CEST

Lakshman Srilakshmanan wrote:
> Hi Bastiaan,
> >From your email it appears that you don't need a version control system
> (Subversion is a version control system).
But I do, for the source files of the library itself.
> To solve your problem you may need to setup apache web server and store
> your generated html & libs in the docRoot. I do this for the intranet.
It is not a problem to get these files out to the world, it would just
be a convenience to have them served as part of HEAD on the server while
they are generated at the clients host.

I have been thinking of a post-commit hook script that updates a working
copy on the server, does a "make doc" and "make examples" and then
copies various files to the document root. However, this requires the
script to be altered each time any one of us adds a new example or adds
a project to the repository. This also means that the URL of these files
is quite different (http://example.com/myproject/doc/) from the URL of
the source files (http://example.com/svn/myproject/trunc/). I would
prefer to have them as part of the source tree, just as they appear in a
working copy after make.

Best regards,

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Received on Thu Sep 21 14:09:45 2006

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