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Re: Server configuration management with svn question

From: Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2007b_at_ryandesign.com>
Date: 2007-07-14 04:44:40 CEST

On Jul 13, 2007, at 11:46, Tom Malia wrote:

> Now, what I'd like to be able to do is treat the root directory of
> this ERP
> package as a "Working Copy" with an automated process that would
> periodically commit the current state of the entire directory to a
> Subversion repository. Basically, what I'm looking for is to use
> Subversion
> to provide automated incremental backups, with the added advantages
> of being
> able to perform DIFF's on different points in time as well as
> provide easy
> access to the repository of backups from remote locations, and
> easily role
> back some or all changes that may have occurred.
> Is this a task to which Subversion would be well suited? If so,
> how do I go
> about "committing" all changes to the WC to the repository including
> additions and deletions of files in a completely automated way?
> Note that I
> don't think use a Subversion repository configured with WEB-DAV as the
> install directory for the ERP system will be an option for a number of
> different reasons.

Probably not exactly "well suited", since the FAQ's answer to your
question it "don't":


You may want to investigate whether a different tool, like FSVS,
would be better suited to this task. FSVS is based on Subversion.


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