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Re: Automatic Committing a Folder to A Repository

From: Tyler Roscoe <tyler_at_cryptio.net>
Date: Mon, 3 Aug 2009 09:46:33 -0700

On Mon, Aug 03, 2009 at 07:34:27AM -0500, Keith McGee wrote:
> 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:

I've never heard of svnautocommit.exe -- what does it do?

I would probably write a short script to do exactly what I needed:

cd $dir
svn update
svn commit -m "Autocommit at $datestamp."

If svnautocommit.exe has more features (gracefully handling error
conditions, for example), then maybe it's worth using that instead.

> 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
> copy.
> 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
> command?

Something that uses the Subversion 1.6.x tools has touched your working
copy. Read more here:




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