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RE: SVN post-commit hook: shadow folders

From: Schneider, Wolf <Wolf.Schneider_at_icbc.com>
Date: Mon, 7 Feb 2011 23:33:31 +0000

Ryan wrote: >> rem Copy the file to the indicated shadow folder svn copy -r >> %REVISION% %REPURL%/%FPATH% %FOLDER%/%FNAME% > I am not familiar with VSS or what exactly is meant by "shadow folder"... A folder into which a copy of file being checked into the VSS repository is also made. In Visual Source Safe (VSS), these are set on a per-folder basis. > Based on the above log, %FOLDER% does not appears to be a URL to a Subversion repository... Is it a path to a Subversion working copy? Correct -- we are trying to make a copy in a network drive folder of the file(s) being checked into the SVN repository. > If so, that should work. That's what *i* thought! :^) > Or is it just a local unversioned directory? If so, then you can't "svn copy" to it Oh, are you saying that the target folder must have the .svn sub-folder in it as well? That's what I was trying to avoid, since we don't want (or need) the versioning history, just the current file itself. > but you should be able to "svn cat" individual files there Thanks, I'll look into that command. == wolf ------------------------------------------------------------ This email and any attachments are intended only for the named recipient and may contain confidential and/or privileged material. Any unauthorized copying, dissemination or other use by a person other than the named recipient of this communication is prohibited. If you received this in error or are not named as a recipient, please notify the sender and destroy all copies of this email immediately.
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