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Re: Antwort: Re: Antwort: Re: post-commit export

From: Blair Zajac <blair_at_orcaware.com>
Date: Thu, 18 Jun 2009 13:29:59 -0700

On Jun 18, 2009, at 12:12 AM, Justus Stadler_external wrote:

> >What do you mean in "install in projectfolder"?
> As I wrote:
> >>the problem with the acces is that they do not have SVN, TSVN,
> Rapid....(or so on) installed. My job is to introduce, or rather
> test the functionality of SVN for the electronical engeneers
> division of an automitive supplier with about 3000 employes. I have
> to version the prototypes that leave for customers. All engeneers
> now have TSVN or SVN (depending on their preferences) installed but
> the projectmanagers (these might sit in an different department/
> city) also need to have acces to the newest releases, or the
> momentarily status to discuss it with the customer. I cannot suggest
> that all those people have SVN installed or even move the
> workingarea somewhere else, it has to stay there. Sometimes even the
> engeneers do not know who their PM is....
> And:
> >>Actually the "there" is a projectfolder on a networkdrive. Until
> now the engineers worked there(reluctantly because it is slow) and
> the PM could always have his share of checking the status or some
> special files, he's intersted in. It is not read-only! Now with svn
> the engineers will work on a local working copy and comit their
> changes to the rep. But I still have to keep the "there"/
> projectfolder up to date.
> I thought about a portable programm(just an .exe and maybe some
> additional files) that I can copy to the location on the
> networkdrive where the projectfolder lies until now. So if the PM
> opens the projectfolder and expects the Data he's looking for, he
> will only have an exe to doubleclick and the repository/trunk will
> be shown so he can have a look at the files and open them. That's
> what I'm dreaming of.... I do not know if anything like this exists.

I don't see the point of that.

If you have them directly mount the WebDAV share on their system then
they'll always see the most current version of the files there. No
need for any special programs. So switch them from the network drive
to the WebDAV share.



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