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new users with questions

From: Tigran <tigrank_at_usanogh.com>
Date: 2007-08-17 00:31:19 CEST

I'm a new user with some questions

This is for windows environment.
I'd like to setup subversion on a server where users access files via
windows share drive. On the server itself I am able to commit changes but I
can't commit changes from another system. The server where subversion is
installed notices the change in the file and icon on the file changes but I
can't commit changes.

Well I know why I can't commit changes its because I need subversion client
running on the system doing the changes. I also need subversion server
running on the server. But before we get to that. I would prefer an
autocommit with no client software. That way any changes made to the files
on the server get automatically committed. Problem is where I read about
autocommit it talks about WebDAV and I don't want to have a WebDAV server.
So is this possible without WebDAV? If it is possible will adding new files
also work or is autocommit strictly commit and adding new files will have
to be done with another process?

If the autocommit without WebDAV is not possible my second options is to
run the subversion server and client. Does anybody have quick
instrstructions on how to do this?


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