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Re: Auto-Add/Auto-Delete on commits?

From: Brad Rhoads <bdrhoa_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2007-04-19 19:33:30 CEST

If you use webdav autoversioning, you don't need a job at all. If your users
are on windows, you can use webdrive to mount the repository as a regular
drive on their machine and everything will be completely transparent to the
users.

On 4/19/07, Tom Malia <tommalia@ttdsinc.com> wrote:
>
> I'm considering trying to use Subversion as kind of a poor mans
> replication server. Something like this:
>
>
>
> 1) Set a repository on my backup server
>
> 2) Check that repository out to two other server each at remote
> offices
>
> 3) Have a scheduled job on the remote machines that commits the
> directory recursively then an update every few minutes.
>
>
>
> I'm just toying with this idea and I'm sure there are some major pitfalls
> I'll likely encounter, but right now my question is, is there away to have
> the commit process automatically add any new files/directories to the
> repository without having to issue separate command for each such
> file/directory? My hope is that I could get this replication to happen
> without end users having to remember to explicitly add things to the repo.
> I want them to be able to just save stuff in said directory and just assume
> that it will get added to the repo next time the job runs. Ideally I'd like
> the same kind of thing to happen for deletes, but I'm guessing this would be
> even less likely to be an option.
>
>
>
> Regards,
>
> Tom Malia
>
>
>
Received on Thu Apr 19 19:33:52 2007

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