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Re: post-commit export

From: Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2009b_at_ryandesign.com>
Date: Tue, 16 Jun 2009 04:46:19 -0500

On Jun 16, 2009, at 03:40, Justus Stadler_external wrote:

> as far as I read this is a common issue but I could not find an
> answer to this problem. If it is already solved, please let me know!
> I am trying to introduce Subversion but the problem is that a
> repository is not accesible to all Users. So I figured I let the
> developers work via Subversion and keep a up-to-date copy of the
> rep in some networkdrive, so everyone without SVN is able to see
> the projectstatus. My first intesion was to provide them with a
> workingcopy. But our projects might reach sizes of some GB and
> because the WC is always at least twice as big, this is not an
> option (to expesive).

I think this would be the easiest option, since all you have to do to
update the server-side working copy is run "svn up" on it. It could
be cheaper to buy an extra disk or two for the server to store these
working copies than to invest developer time in coming up with a


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