It’s very easy to install and configure.
An image tells more than 1000 words, so here are some screenshots.
The project settings window:
You may see how many inputs you need to fill in 🙂
Once it’s installed and running, you may notice its activity looking the eyes in tray bar:
When a new commit is found, eyes become red colored and start moving, and a baloon displays too.
Well, last but not least…
If you want to publish a directory automatically, ie a read-only shared directory on a server, compile the “Script/Command to call …” input too.
Here is an example script:
svn update –username roberto –password roberto
And here is sample of the log
Updated to revision 26.
In a few minutes, you have all done automatically.
You may also play with authorizations, but that’s another story. 😉
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