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Re: Post-commit push

From: Paul Koning <Paul_Koning_at_dell.com>
Date: Thu, 6 Mar 2008 15:45:55 -0500

>>>>> "Edward" == Edward Harvey <Harvey> writes:

 Edward> There's a directory which is versioned, and some people keep
 Edward> a working copy of it in their home dir, while others share a
 Edward> working copy. The users who have their own working copy
 Edward> sometimes commit changes, and forget to go update the common
 Edward> area. Is it a bad idea to create a post-commit hook which
 Edward> will go into that area and do "svn update?" Is there a more
 Edward> elegant or advisable solution to push changes for a specific
 Edward> folder? Thanks....

I've done exactly this, to "publish" source controlled hook scripts to
a directory where each of my repository hooks link to. Also, for the
configuration scripts and other stuff for the ViewVC setup, and for
the access control data. Works very nicely.


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