|Subject:||Re: [Cvs-cvs] CVS equivalent of svnant|
|Date:||Tue, 06 Mar 2007 14:27:16 -0800|
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The SVN or CVS Ant task would need to be used on-demand. In other words
you would either setup a cron-job/scheduled|
task that invokes the ant task to do a repository update periodically and then does a build.
What you seem to ask for is that somehow the client sandbox gets notified when the backend CVS
repo changes and then a cvs update followed by ant build is triggered automatically ? Is that what you are
asking for ?
On the server-side as you may already know you could have a post-commit trigger setup to do a build whenever a change is
committed (see for example CruiseControl http://cc-config.sourceforge.net).
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Perhaps somebody could point me in the right direction, or inform me whether there are other ways to accomplish what I've suggested. Thanks. lightbulb432 wrote:What would the CVS equivalent of the svnant ant task ( http://subclipse.tigris.org/svnant/svn.html http://subclipse.tigris.org/svnant/svn.html ) be? My project depends on a CVS project that I'd like to be compiled to stay current with the latest CVS. I'd like to call that project's ant build file from within my existing ant build anytime the CVS has updated (i.e. download and compile files that have updated since my last build). Is this possible in any way? Thanks.
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