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RE: Re: auto commit on server

From: Fredrik Arenhag <fredrik_at_musicbrigade.com>
Date: 2007-07-09 11:35:25 CEST


From: Benedetto Bernardini [mailto:bb.bek69@gmail.com]

But repository and server are on two different machine.

2007/7/8, Karl Fogel <kfogel@red-bean.com>:

        egoots <egoots@gmail.com> writes:
> Benedetto Bernardini wrote:
>> I have a linux machine with the repository of subversion, and
>> windows machine that is the test-server.
>> I wanna, on commit in the repository, an auto-update on
>> Is it possible?
> I am not sure if I totally understand your scenario, but if I
do, I
> think you should look at svnsync (which was added in V1.4):
> See:
> or
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This suggestion might be more or less ridiculous, but it could work. ;)
Create a post-commit hook in your repository that builds a RSS-feed of
all commits (or just the ones which are of interest to you) and have a
process on your destination machine poll the RSS-feed every minute and
when there's a new item you perform your svn update.


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