AI 2008 SVN autoupdate

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Re: AI 2008 SVN autoupdate

#11 Post by kLabMouse »

Iv'e tried the native support. Had too much trouble implementing it and compiling.
So, I think, using the "svn" console tool is better.

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Re: AI 2008 SVN autoupdate

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Re: AI 2008 SVN autoupdate

#13 Post by kLabMouse »

I know. But I couldn't get it working.

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Re: AI 2008 SVN autoupdate

#14 Post by EternalHarvest »

It would be nice if the autoupdater displayed progress of update.

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Re: AI 2008 SVN autoupdate

#15 Post by kLabMouse »

EternalHarvest wrote:It would be nice if the autoupdater displayed progress of update.
There is two options.
1) Enable AutoUpdater to show SVN Tool log on Update.
2) Integrate SVN Tool to XSTools, so we will not depend on 3rd party tools.

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Re: AI 2008 SVN autoupdate

#16 Post by kLabMouse »

Just a Little Update.
it's 3y since this Feature was back-ported to 2.x branch.

Currently know Issues:
1) Sometimes, It can break the whole thing, and can't update anymore (Due to versions mismatch)
2) It was made to save user changes in source file, thus lead to some misbehavior of whole Update system.

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Re: AI 2008 SVN autoupdate

#17 Post by EternalHarvest »

I still think that the best we can do is just run "svn up" from a shell script with some carefully chosen arguments and just allow subversion client do its job in questioning user if any unresolvable conflicts emerge.

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Re: AI 2008 SVN autoupdate

#18 Post by kLabMouse »

EternalHarvest wrote:I still think that the best we can do is just run "svn up" from a shell script with some carefully chosen arguments and just allow subversion client do its job in questioning user if any unresolvable conflicts emerge.
True.
But Most users do not Even use Conflict solution.
So I think, that "theirs-full" is the best solution.

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