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Thu, 18 Apr 2002 11:10:19 -0400 (EDT)
I'm trying to introduce CVS to our development team, and they are going to
be developing for a jakarta-tomcat deployment. I am going to use cvs so
that the developers can pull down a copy of the jsp code, modify it, commit
and then see their changes using the copy of tomcat on the server. Problem
is, this requires a checkout. Thus changes and commits are made and they
cannot see their changes immediately reflected on the server.
I know i could do a cronjob every 10 minutes to cvs update the various
module directories and have tomcat pull from that. I know i could also
have the developers use a local (ie, on their desktop) version of tomcat
and do a nightly checkout on the dev server.
I was wondering if there are some elegant solutions for achieving this. At
this point even a hook in commit (i was looking at commitlog and loginfo)
that would induce a cvs update on the module that was being committed.
- CVS Autocheckout?,
Alex Short <=