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Automatic Committing a Folder to A Repository

From: Keith McGee <kmcgee_at_intechstudios.com>
Date: Mon, 3 Aug 2009 07:34:27 -0500

I'm having some trouble setting up a Autocommit to my repository.




I downloaded an executable file called svnautocommit.exe and when I try
to run it with the path I get the following error message within a
command Prompt:


SVN: This client is too old to work with the working copy C:\FOLDER.

You need to get a newer subversion client or to download this working




I got the version of subversion by doing the following SVN -Version


The version is 1.5.1




I read that upgrading the VisualSVN 2.3.1 comes with Subversion 1.6.3.

I did this and when I check the version of SVN it is still saying 1.5.1.

Am I missing something? Is there an easier way to setup a Autocommit




We have a folder on a machine that we just want to commit to the
repository automatically every night. Right now we use TortoiseSVN to

manually commit it.




Thanks for the help with this.






Keith McGee

Developer and Support Analyst


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