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Re: post-commit help please

From: John Peacock <john.peacock_at_havurah-software.org>
Date: Fri, 01 Aug 2008 20:49:55 -0400

James O'Reilly wrote:
> Yeah, the developers were tired of manually copying files into the
> webroot every time they wanted to test their changes. I'm sure there is
> a way to have a script run so that it exports a clean (without _svn
> folders) copy to the webroot but that's beyond my understanding of
> subversion at this time.

If you weren't running Windows, I could recommend SVN::Notify::Mirror as a way
to keep a website in sync (specifically the Rsync method). It's a Perl module I
wrote specifically to update a corporate webserver (actually running Windows),
but making up for the almost total lack of useful tools on Windows, I can't
recommend it to the uninitiated.

If you are curious, you can search the message archive for my earlier attempts
to help people get it running. It isn't impossible, just kind of hard for
Windows to manage...


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