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Re: update on remote working copy

From: jean-gert nesselbosch
Subject: Re: update on remote working copy
Date: Thu, 17 Jun 2004 15:30:41 +0200

well, I'm a cvs-newbee too, but why not
trigger a script on the repository-server to
update your server-sandbox as soon as
you commit something from your remote
sandbox to the repository-server.

you might use the file "loginfo" on the
repository-server :
put an appropriate line in there to trigger
your "update_my_server_sandbox"-script.

best regards,

"Paulo Franzon" <address@hidden> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
> Hi, I have a machine, aka server where stays the repository. I use
> another machine with a woking copy where I do my changes. Until here
> all right. I can update this local copy and commit it. Good.
> But now: the server also has a working copy of the repository witch I
> need to update when I commit something from my local working copy.
> But this I want to do from my machine, not from the server - aka
> "remotely".
> I would like to type something like this from my command prompt:
> cvs update "the other machine" "I am john" "my password is this you
> know who am I" /this path/this file
> Can this be possible?

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