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Using Subversion to Maintain hooks & conf Directories

From: Hilco Wijbenga <hilco.wijbenga_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2007-08-24 18:41:51 CEST

Hi all,

This is probably a very strange question... :-)

I'm in the process of adding some files to the hooks and conf
directories of a Subversion repository (pre-commit script, etc.). I
would like to have my changes under version control...

Let's call my repository Repo and let's assume it's in /var/svn/repo.
Can I safely put the hooks directory in Repo, then do a check out in
Repo's /var/svn/repo/hooks directory?

Or better yet, can I put the entire /var/svn/repo directory in Repo,
then check that out in /var/svn/repo? Obviously, I'd have to add a
bunch of svn:ignore entries for db, dav, and locks.

If the above is too weird, then would it be possible to create a
separate repository to store Repo's /var/svn/repo?

I'm very curious to know what you think of my crazy plans. ;-)


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