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Re: Module variable

From: Graeme . Vetterlein
Subject: Re: Module variable
Date: Wed, 4 Apr 2001 19:08:05 +0100

> Nick Flowers writes:
> > 
> > I'm modifying the server so that a developer committing
> > a change automatically causes an export to our staging
> > webserver.
> Why?  Is there some reason the method shown in "Keeping a 
> checked outcopy"
> in the manual won't work?

Yes. It does not work. I used this originally. It only
updates existing documents. As soon as a new documnet is created
it does not get a copy in the staging area.

I have the following in  loginfo

^wwwroot ( date; cat ; ($CVSROOT/bin/tedcheckin wwwroot %{s V v})&)
>> $CVSROOT/CVSROOT/updatelog 2>&1 

And the script does:

echo "About to do cvs cmd "`date`
rm -rf ${dir}
mkdir ${dir}
chmod 770 ${dir}
cvs checkout ${dir} 
echo "Done cvs cmd `date`"

Messy but we had a case where somebody edited (finger slipped honest)
the 'staged' copy in such a way that it was Read-Only this stopped
all changed getting staged and produced some hard to track bugs.

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