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Re: CVS & a Web site

From: TC
Subject: Re: CVS & a Web site
Date: Wed, 17 Oct 2001 16:48:19 -0700
-----Original Message-----
From: Jason Purdy <address@hidden>
To: address@hidden <address@hidden>
Date: October 17, 2001 1:37 PM
Subject: CVS & a Web site

>What is a good scheme of automating synchronization between a CVS
>and a Web site (or does a repository have to be separated from the Web site
>files [besides renaming the files from the ",v" suffix])?  A co-worker & I
>have recently decided to work with CVS on our ever-growing Web site, and
>got CVS up & going, but lack an important piece of the puzzle - getting
>out of the repository and into the Web site (hopefully in an automated
>I have a couple of ideas, but before I go down a road that's surely been
>traversed before, I'd love to get some input from the more travelled on the
>list.  I hope there's already a solution for this scenario, though I
>find anything on the Web site or in a Google search.
>PS: Here are some of my ideas:
>1) Create a Perl script/Cron job (run every 15 minutes) which would
>'cvs history -a -c -D "15 minutes ago"', parse that and affect the Web site
>directories accordingly.
>2) Create 'trigger' scripts which would be triggered when the developer
>'commit'ed their changes, which would also affect the changes on the Web
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