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Cruise Control with Subversion

Sonny Gill
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How easy (or hard) is it to setup Cruise Control with Subversion? Is anybody here using Subversion?
Is there a minimum version of Subversion that you need to use it with Cruise Control?
I am currently using Subversion version 0.27.0-54 that is installed by default with Suse Linux 9, getting ready to upgrade to version 1.0.

cheers
Sonny
Pradeep bhatt
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What is Cruise control?


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Sonny Gill
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http://cruisecontrol.sourceforge.net/
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Mike Clark
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Recent versions of CruiseControl support Subversion. In the book I use the <cvs> element inside of the <modificationset> element. To switch that to Subversion, you'd simply use the <svn> element inside of the <modificationset>, as defined at:

http://cruisecontrol.sourceforge.net/main/configxml.html#svn

The CruiseControl version currently in CVS supports Subversion 0.37. I'm not sure what version of Subversion is supported in CruiseControl 1.6, the latest release.

Mike


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Originally posted by Mike Clark:
The CruiseControl version currently in CVS supports Subversion 0.37. I'm not sure what version of Subversion is supported in CruiseControl 1.6, the latest release.

I used CruiseControl 2.1.6 and Subversion 1.0 in my recent article. It all worked just fine together.


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Sonny Gill
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Darn! Yeah I noticed your article in JavaRanch Journal, Lasse, but I was in a bit of a rush to go through it at that time, and forgot all about it when I made this post. It looks very detailed, I will go through it ASA schedule allows. Thanks.

and thanks for the reply, Mike.

regards
Sonny
 
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