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is there any web script to execute "svn checkout" via web without accessing via shell?

From: thomas Armstrong <tarmstrong_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2007-03-14 10:54:10 CET


Using SVN version 1.4.2 (r22196) on Linux, I'm trying to create a
webpage to do a "svn checkout" of a project from the SVN repository to
the web directory (both are on the same machine).

I want to execute:
svn --username john --password foo co http://svn.mydomain.com/project
via web in order to update the public project without accessing server
via shell.

I created this PHP script (perhaps most of you aren't keen on PHP):
$command = "svn --username john --password foo co
echo "<li>$command ...\n";
echo "<pre>" . shell_exec($command) . "</pre>\n";
echo "<li> ... Executed\n";
but doesn't work. It shows "Executed", but checkout wasn't made and
standard output is not shown.

Does anybody know any smart way to execute a "svn checkout" via web?
Thank you very much.

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