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Re: Using Subversion to Maintain hooks & conf Directories

From: Andy Levy <andy.levy_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2007-08-24 19:43:24 CEST

On 8/24/07, Hilco Wijbenga <hilco.wijbenga@gmail.com> wrote:
> On 8/24/07, David Ferguson <ferguson.david@gmail.com> wrote:
> > Hilco,
> >
> > I do exactly that. I check in the conf and hooks directories into my
> > Subversion repositories. Then I check out the conf and hooks under
> > /var/svn/repo. Works great.
> So you use your repository to store its *own* hooks and conf? Or do
> you put them in a separate repository?
> Have you tried putting /var/svn/repo under version control? (I'm lazy
> and that would save me from having to check out twice. It would also
> be slightly easier to explain to other developers.)

Put the entire repository into itself? That might cause the universe
to implode :)

OK, what the heck, it's Friday afternoon.

(I'm on Windows)

cd \repos (repos is where I keep my repositories)
svnadmin create recursion
cd recursion
svn co file:///c:/repos/recursion .
svn add .
svn ci -m "let's have some fun"
C:\repos\recursion>svn st
? db\revs\1
? db\revprops\1
M db\current

C:\repos\recursion>svn ci -m "let's have some fun again"
Sending db\current
Transmitting file data .
Committed revision 2.

C:\repos\recursion>svn st
? db\revs\1
? db\revs\2
? db\revprops\1
? db\revprops\2
M db\current


This should probably be put in the "not a good idea" bin.

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Received on Fri Aug 24 19:41:14 2007

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