[clug-talk] svn for dummies
jacob at keystreams.com
Wed May 17 22:12:27 PDT 2006
There would be a web form that accepts the file and saves it temporarily,
then calls the svn commit via passthru/system/exec (in the case of PHP)
using the name randomly generated for the temporary file. Let svn worry
about the atomic operations. The user would only need to know the result
from the svn commit.
On Wed, May 17, 2006 9:59 pm, Jesse Kline wrote:
> I admit that I don't know much about subversion. Can anyone explain why
> this won't work or would be hard to implement?
> On Wed, 2006-17-05 at 16:12 -0600, Aaron J. Seigo wrote:
>> On Wednesday 17 May 2006 15:22, Nick Wiltshire wrote:
>>> On Wednesday 17 May 2006 3:15 pm, Aaron J. Seigo wrote:
>>>> On Wednesday 17 May 2006 14:00, Jesse Kline wrote:
>>>>> WebSVN doesn't seem to allow you to commit though. Does anyone
>>>>> know if there's a cvs web front end that meets my requirements?
>>>> given how svn works, how exactly would a web interface allow `svn
>>>> ci` to work?
>>> Haha good point...unless files were uploaded to a "working copy" on
>>> the server, then committed.
>> and then you have multiple using this so you'd have to have a working
>> copy per user to ensure that multiple people could reliably use the
>> system at the same time ........ ugh.
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