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Post-commit hook for a project (sub directory)?

From: Simon <greminn_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2007-08-22 05:31:11 CEST

Hi There,

Excuse me if i have the terminology incorrect... we have setup
subversion 1.4.2 and it is working well for our small development test
projects. We have a a couple of projects:

/path/to/repo/project1
/path/to/repo/project2

Our users are checking out each project individually. Our development
web server also has a checked out version of each project:

svn checkout http://svn/repo/project1 /var/www/www.project1.com
svn checkout http://svn/repo/project2 /var/www/www.project2.com

My question is, is there a way to create a post-commit hook to "svn
update" on each project instead of all the repo? Or is that how it
works anyway? Or have i really done it the wrong way?

Thanks

Simon

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